Chorlton Good Neighbours is a charity and therefore to continue the invaluable work in our community we reply on the generosity of our supporters. As always we are looking at ways to increase our fund raising and support from the local community, so if you wish to donate to us, how ever small an amount, it would be very gratefully received.
If you are interested in supporting our work you can make a donation to the care group by clicking on the button below and donating via Paypal
- By writing a cheque made payable to Chorlton Good Neighbours
- Making a BACS bank transfer payment
- Leaving a gift in your will
- Through filling in a Charities Aid form
- If your running a race or attempting a challenge please consider being sponsored with the funds being donated to CGN
Could you consider a monthly donation?
For the price of a sandwich you can really help us! A regular donation of £3 -£5 a month means we can plan ahead as we know what income we are receiving. Please contact us and we can give you the information you need to set up a Direct Debit.
Of course, one of donations are very welcome too! People who have been supported by CGN have, sometimes, left the group legacies as a thank you for the help and support they received – this has really helped us support others.
Other ways you can help Chorlton Good Neighbours:
- Helping with good quality raffle prizes – that can be used in raffles at fund raising events or to be sold at Thursday coffee mornings.
- Your time! Please see our volunteers page.
- We are always looking for people with skills that could enhance the activities and services we offer our service users, such as entertainers, photographers, fitness trainers, musicians, cooks, artists and so on.
- By donating gardening equipment to help our gardening project, or vegetable saplings or seeds.
- By baking cakes, biscuits and scones for our coffee mornings and afternoon teas..
In October 2012 Bramhall Construction donated their time and material to make a patio area for the Good Neighbours Garden we are developing.