Buffaloes presenting a cheque to Daybreak’s Director, Andy Buckland

The Daybreak Clubs, Rosewood, Lilacs and Limes, cost around £250,000 to run each year.  Some of this is funded by the subscriptions of members, but these fees are subsidised and we need to raise approximately £150,000 each year through fundraising.  These funds come from grants, trusts, donations and fundraising in the local community.  It is hugely important that, through the generosity of local people, we are able to raise these funds.  Without them, we would not be able to continue to provide our vital services to Club members and their families and carers.

Here are some examples of how you can help:

Make a donation

You can make a donation by sending a cheque payable to ‘Daybreak Oxford’ to Daybreak Oxford, Long Ground, Oxford, OX4 7FX

Or you can donate securely on line via our fundraising page on Virgin Money Giving.

Donate Online

Make a regular donation

You can choose to make a regular gift by setting up a Standing Order.  You can donate monthly or make an annual payment, and give any amount you choose.  Regular gifts of £25.00 or over each year will enable you to become a Friend of Daybreak.  Friend’s donations are very important to us as they help us to plan ahead in supporting our Club members.  We will also keep you up to date with news about Daybreak in a dedicated Friends Newsletter each year.

Please email, phone or write to Lindsay Manifold for further information  or download the form below:
Email: communityfr@daybreak-oxford.org.uk
Address: Community Fundraiser, Daybreak Oxford, The Clockhouse, Blackbird Leys, Greater Leys, Oxford OX4 7FX
Telephone: 01865 776744

Daybreak Friends Application Form

Gift Aid

Did you know you can increase your donation to Daybreak by 25% with no extra cost to yourself, by completing a Gif Aid form?  To find out more, download the Gift Aid form below, or contact Daybreak on 01865 776744 to request a Gift Aid form

Daybreak Gift Aid Declaration Form

Fundraise for Daybreak

We rely very much on the generous support of local people to raise the funds needed.  One way you can do this is by carrying out your own fundraising.  If you love a challenge, you could try a sporting event, eg marathon, cycling event or you could try something adventurous that you have always wanted to do, like a mountain climb, trek etc!

 

Bethany Anderson swam the distance of the English Channel in her local pool, raising an amazing £1,000 for Daybeak

Just get in touch with us and we can supply you with a fundraising pack containing sponsorship forms, information about Daybreak, and ways you can increase your sponsorship.

You might also like to organise our own fundraising event – we are sure you  will have many ideas of your own, but we can supply a pack with an A-Z of fundraising ideas and some advice on how to make your event a success.  We are always here to support our fundraisers, so please get in touch to let us know what you are planning, and how we can help.

Contact Lindsay Manifold on the main office number of 01865 776744 or directly on 07921 835080 or Email: communityfr@daybreak-oxford.org.uk

 

Attend our events

Throughout the year, Daybreak holds a number of fundraising events across Oxfordshire.  Please see our Calendar of Events – we are sure you will find something you will enjoy!

 

Christmas Concert 2016 at St Barnabus Church, Jericho

Legacies

If you are planning to up-date your will, you might want to consider leaving a gift to Daybreak Oxford.  Legacies, no matter how big or small, are a vital source of income which provides security for the future, and enables us to make long-term plans.  We would always recommend that wills or amendments to wills are made by consultation with a solicitor, but if you would like more information about how you can choose to include Daybreak in your will, please contact Lindsay Manifold via the main office number on 01865 776744 or by Email: communityfr@daybreak-oxford.org.uk

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