Whichever way you choose to give to Shannon Trust, your generosity will play an important part in helping us deliver our reading programme.
With your support, we can help more people in the criminal justice system turn their lives around by learning to read. There are lots of ways to donate – it can be as simple as shopping online or sending a text.
You can easily donate up to £20 to Shannon Trust by texting READING followed by your amount to 70085.
For example, if you text READING 20, you will donate £20.
By giving through your salary each payday, you can help us continue to provide our reading programme to people in prison and in the community. Payroll Giving is an easy and tax free way to regularly give to Shannon Trust straight from your gross salary, which means your donations will be taken off before you pay tax.
Your regular donations mean we can plan ahead and support even more people to learn to read. If you would like more information on how to set up payroll giving, visit GOV.UK.
You can give donations to Shannon Trust while doing your online shopping through Give As You Live. It’s a free way to raise money for charity and there are over 5,500 leading stores for you to choose from. Simply go to your chosen store via the Give As You Live website, then shop as normal.
Sign up for free and start raising funds for Shannon Trust today.
Generous donations enable us to be innovative in the way we provide the Shannon Trust reading programme, so we can reach even more learners and mentors.
We know it’s a big decision to make a donation to any charity, so we appreciate any amount of money that you can give. We will make sure we keep you up to date with how your donation is making a difference.
If you have any questions about making a donation, or would like to speak to us about our work, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
By leaving a gift in your Will to Shannon Trust, you will ensure that more people get the opportunity to learn to read in the future. Your donation will help people in prison recognise their full potential and encourage them to build a better life for themselves and their families.
Before leaving a gift in your Will, we encourage you to speak to a Solicitor so that your wishes are carried out fully. If you need help understanding how to leave a gift to Shannon Trust, you can contact us at email@example.com.
We know how important it is for you to honour the memory of the people you love when they pass away.
Giving in memory is a wonderful way to support a cause that your loved one cared about. You can donate to Shannon Trust by:
You can take as much time as you need to decide what’s right for you. Whenever you’re ready, get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll talk you through the next steps.
I used to dread working but now I enjoy it. Before, I struggled to hold down a full-time paid job for many years. When I leave here, I won’t need to go onto benefits, I feel I’ll hold down a job.
I’m proud of myself. I’ve achieved things I never thought I would because I doubted my ability, but I’ve found out I’m smarter than I thought.
It has made a big impact on my life because being able to read has made things more possible for me. I can now apply for jobs, college and my driving test.
If my grandmother was still alive she would be so proud that I’ve done this. I know she would say ‘I told you, you’re never too old to learn’ and learning to read at 33 years of age proves just that.