Make a one-off Donation
Thank you for considering a donation to Children on the Edge. We are very grateful for every penny we receive and are committed to spending it where the need is the greatest.
Donating from outside the UK? Click on the button above and follow the prompts. When entering your address, please click 'Enter Address Manually' to proceed with your non-UK address. Please contact us if you have any difficulties.
If you would like to support our education work with Rohingya refugee children in Bangladesh, please donate to our Crisis Appeal here.
If you would like to help provide for Syrian refugees whose tents and possessions have been destroyed by Storm Norma in Lebanon, visit our Lebanon Storm Appeal.
Make a Regular Donation
Regular donations to Children on the Edge provide a steady, reliable income that enables us to plan ahead, budget more effectively and undertake more programmes to support vulnerable children around the world.
In return for your regular monthly donation we will commit to:
To make a regular donation of any amount you can use the button above and select 'I'd like to give regularly'.
Alternatively download a standing order form, fill it in and post it to us: Children on the Edge, 5 The Victoria, 25 St Pancras, Chichester, West Sussex, PO19 7LT, UK.
If you would like to set up a monthly donation from outside the UK click here to set up a Paypal regular donation.
Send a cheque
If you'd like to send a cheque, please make it payable to Children on the Edge and send it to: Children on the Edge, 5 The Victoria, 25 St Pancras, Chichester, West Sussex, PO19 7LT.
Please fill out a Gift Aid Form if you are a UK Tax payer and include it in the envelope. Using Gift Aid means that for every pound you give, Children on the Edge gets an extra 25 pence from the Inland Revenue, helping your donation go further.
In the UK office, we have 3 full time and 7 part time members of staff. To help reduce costs, we utilise volunteers wherever we can.
We also have three office dogs, Monty, Otto and Lola. They're great for morale but not so good with typing. Both are unpaid.