Please be aware that TDF is a charity that gets no statutory or healthcare funding. TDF relies totally on donations. Donations help TDF ensure it can provide this much-needed therapy service to all disabled people, their families, carers and NHS. It costs TDF over £30 to deliver a treatment. Every donation helps and every donation is gratefully received. Please give generously if you can. TDF appreciates your support.
Charities Aid Foundation
You can now make a donation from as little as £5 securely and swiftly by clicking below:
To find us enter The Disability Foundation Ltd in the "Find a Charity" search box.
Donations via PayPal
Please use the following link or QR code to donate via PayPal.
Donations by bank transfer
Please find our bank details below if you wish to transfer your donation directly to our bank account
Bank Name: The Co-operative Bank
Account name: The Disability Foundation
Account Number: 65117365
Sort Code: 089299
Give as You Earn
You can help TDF by promoting pay roll giving in the workplace. For more information contact your local Inland Revenue Office or go to HMRC Payroll Giving
Self Assessment Donations
Self-assessment tax payers can use their tax return form to donate all or part of any repayment due to them to charity. The Disability Foundation’s SA Return Number is YAP98QG. Please note this number prior to downloading application form. For more information and an application form go to HMRC
A legacy is a specific amount of money or property, which you state in your Will is to be given to charity after your death by the executor of your estate.
This can be ‘£x,000 ‘or ‘the proceeds of the sale of my house’ or ‘the residue of my estate after all other legacies have been paid’.
The Disability Foundation (TDF) is a registered charity and can accept legacies for general use, or for a special purpose defined by you.
Anything given to charity in your Will reduces the value of the estate for Inheritance Tax calculations, and thus could save 40% inheritance tax being paid to the taxman, if your estate is more than £263,000. Many houses alone are worth more than this, of course, so planning to give to charity through your Will can be very tax-efficient!
A Will ensures that your money goes to those you would like to benefit after your death. If you die without leaving a Will, it may well go to people you are not inclined to help, or even to the State, in extreme circumstances! So it is a good idea to leave a Will.
The Trustees of TDF will accept legacies, which can be used as the Trustees see fit, or if you have discussed your intentions and ideas with us, we will seek to distribute your legacy in line with your wishes.
Gift Aid is a fantastic way for your donation to go even further at NO added cost to you! For every £1 donated, TDF can apply for an extra 28p from Gift Aid. To make a donation please use the TDF Gift Aid form below. Thank you for your support.
If you would like to discuss any of this with us, please call us at The Disabililty Foundation.