Donate Now with Just Giving or PayPal

Donate Online with Just Giving

You can send a donation at anytime using Just Giving's secure on line payment system. Every penny of your donation will go to our conservation work in Malawi. And if you pay UK income tax and complete the Gift Aid declaration we can add another 28 pence in the pound by claiming it back from the UK Chancellor.

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Donate Online with PayPal

If you have a PayPal account you can donate directly to our PayPal account. Just log into PayPal , click on the Send Money tab and enter [email protected] into the To: box.

Donate £20 and receive an Electronic Christmas Card

 

Be proud of your donation! You can help us to raise funds by sending our electronic Christmas Card to all your friends, with the message

"The Person sending this card has donated to PAW

Keeping the dream alive"

Just make sure you enter your email address correctly when paying and we will email you your Christmas Card to print out or send on to all your friends.


Other ways to give

Alternatively, if you'd prefer, you can send a cheque to us at:

Project African Wilderness Trust
Raven House
113, Fairfield Street
Manchester
M12 6EL

Or pay money directly into our bank account: 

The PAW Trust
HSBC, St Ann's Square, Manchester
Sort code 40-31-24
Acc number 32185016

Gift Aid

If you pay UK income tax, don't forget to register your gift for Gift Aid  so that we can get another 28p from the government for every pound you give.
If you pay through Just Giving just tick the box. If you use one of the other ways of making a donation just complete and post, or scan and email, a gift aid form and send it back to us.
You can download a gift aid form (gift_aid_declaration.doc ) or contact us by email.

Take a Collecting Box!

We will send you a collecting box, plus some information about our work, to make collecting all of your small change easy!
In the UK, just send us £5 to cover the cost of the box and postage to the address above.

 

PAW: Promoting environmental conservation and development in Malawi.