Make a donation

Help us to offer more advice, training and support to people that desperately need it.


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Other ways to donate

Cheque or CAF voucher

For cheque or CAF donations please make them out to ‘The 999 Club’ and post to The 999 Club, 21 Deptford Broadway, London SE8 4PA.

If you pay UK tax you can Gift Aid your donation so we can claim an extra 25% from HM Revenue & Customs – making your gift go even further. Download a Gift Aid form, or if you would like us to send you one by post please contact us.

Bank transfers

To make a regular or one-off donation directly into our bank account please use these details:

The 999 Club Trust
HSBC Bank Plc
Account number: 11323822
Sort code: 40‐02‐25
Ref: Web (We will use this reference to identify your donation)

If you pay UK tax you can Gift Aid your donation so we can claim an extra 25% from HM Revenue & Customs – making your gift go even further. Download a Gift Aid form now, or if you would like us to send you one by post please contact us.

How we spend your money

In 2014 we helped over 2,000 people thanks to your donations. You can see where your money went on our Finance page, or for more detail you can download our latest Annual Report.

Thank you

We give a massive shout-out to everyone who has supported us by donating and fundraising. Without these organisations and individuals, we would not be here today helping people to transform their lives.



Neil Fitzsimmons explains why he donates to us

“London is a city of marked contrasts; great wealth alongside those less fortunate. The enthusiasm of the 999 Club team in Deptford to help homeless people find a way through their difficulties and improve their lives deserves all our support. I am so pleased to be able to help them, with a regular financial contribution, to carry out their invaluable work in this community.”


Vicky explains why she supported our work through a donation

“I donated to your wonderful charity last year having regularly driven past and being moved at seeing homeless vulnerable people congregating outside. My brother turned up homeless hungry and suffering mental problems and after feeding, clothing and giving him money I told him about the 999 Club. He saw your advice worker today and you told him he had been evicted unlawfully, paid his train ticket back to his home town and had him booked into a b and b. He is ecstatic. Thank you for your dedication. I will be donating again. God Bless you.”


As part of our commitment to open, honest and respectful fundraising, on the rare occasions when something goes wrong, we want to know about it. Our fundraising complaints procedure is available to download.


How your donation helps

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    buys a sleeping bag for a Night Shelter Guest

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    provides IT and internet access for a week

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    pays for an Advice & Support consultation

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    pays a sessional tutor for one Learning & Activity session

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    buys a computer and software to access job searches

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    keeps the 999 Club running for a day

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