Other ways to give

Mobile phones & ink cartridges

It's free and straightforward — all you need to do is click on this link and follow the online instructions from Ink 2 Cash. Dreams Come True is raising funds by asking its supporters to recycle cartridges, phones and consumer gadgets.

Ebay

If you are selling anything on Ebay you can donate a percentage of what you sell directly to Dreams Come True. It's quick and easy to set up and no matter what the amount, much valued.

Click here to find out how it works

Gift aid

If you are a UK Tax payer we can reclaim the tax from any donation that you make to us. That means that for every £10 you donate we can claim an extra £2.50 from the government.

gift aid

All you need to do is download and complete this Gift Aid declaration and return it to us at denise@dreamscometrue.uk.com or by post to Dreams Come True, 33 Station Road, Liphook GU30 7DW.

If you are a higher rate tax payer you can also claim further tax relief on the remainder of the tax you have paid on your donation. You can choose to donate this money to us too. The HMRC website provides more information on how to claim.

Home collecting 

Your small change can make a big difference at Dreams Come True. We have cute little collecting boxes that we can send you through the post.

Get a collecting pot

When it's full....

Empty your box and count it up then send us a cheque or postal order for the equivalent amount. Or Make a donation online through our website.

If you live near our office in Liphook, Hampshire bring in your box and we’ll bank your donation and replace your box.

NB – if you would like to put your box in a public place, like your local shop or pub please ask us for one of our plastic collection boxes – email us 

Donate by phone

We are happy to accept donations over the phone. Just call 01428 726330 with your credit or debit card to hand.

Donate by post

You can send in a cheque to Dreams Come True, Exchange House, 33 Station Road, Liphook, Hants GU30 7DW. Please make cheques payable to 'Dreams Come True Charity'.