Make a donation

Thank you for considering a financial donation to OLLIE. Your support fuels our ability to provide vital training and raise awareness about suicide prevention. Your contribution makes a significant difference in our efforts.

You can make singular or regular donations via Just Giving.

Alternatively, you have the option to contribute via cheque, made out to “The OLLIE Foundation” or reach out to us for our bank details to facilitate donations via bank transfer. Your support is greatly appreciated, no matter the method or the amount.

Other ways you can donate:

Give As You Live

We are thrilled to be registered with Give as you Live. An award-winning fundraising platform for UK charities that allows supporters to securely and reliably choose how they want to give back to The OLLIE Foundation. You can help us raise money through your everyday online shopping, by creating fundraising pages for your next fundraising activity, or you can choose to make singular and monthly direct donations to The OLLIE Foundation.

You can sign up for free in three simple steps by clicking the button below.

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Legacy Giving

Leaving a legacy to OLLIE in your will is a meaningful way to support future generations. Your contribution, regardless of its size, works towards a world where no young person feels isolated with suicide as their only choice. Wills can be intricate, and each legacy gift is special. Start by consulting your financial adviser or connect with us for an informal conversation to explore this impactful opportunity.

How can legacy giving reduce inheritance tax?

Legacy gifts are generally completely free of Inheritance Tax and can, in some cases, even reduce inheritance tax for your loved ones. When you leave 10% or more of your assets to charity, if any inheritance tax is due, it will be reduced to a rate of 36%, rather than the standard 40% (correct Feb 2024)

Giving in Memory

There are many charities and services that exist to support you through bereavement. Grief is a long journey and is different for everyone but there is support out there.

When someone you love passes away, in memory of them, you may want to donate to a charity that they cared about, or a charity that works in an area related to their death. There are different ways you can do this, for example: fundraising challenges or events, memorial donation pages such as JustGiving, and funeral collections (asking friends and family to donate instead of flowers).

We are here to support you, whichever way you choose to raise money for OLLIE in memory of a loved one.