Thank you for your interest in donating to QSA’s work!
Coronavirus update: our response time for processing postal donations is likely to be slower due to our team working away from the office. Please visit our JustGiving page to make a donation online. Thank you.
Every action we take against poverty is made possible by donations from people and organisations who care about helping people on the lowest incomes to seek solutions to the issues affecting their lives. However you choose to give, thank you.
The money you give will help us to provide direct support to around 3,000 people per year, across the UK, as well AS to achieve wider change through our strategic work for example on the issue of funeral poverty.
Ways to donate
You can make a one-off or monthly donation online via JustGiving. Please note that JustGiving asks for an additional voluntary contribution to help with the cost of maintaining its platform. By clicking on the suggested % contribution, you can choose from a list of amounts or select Other which enables you to enter an amount or leave it blank.
- If you would like to set up a standing order or payment from your bank you can arrange this through online banking or at your branch. Please email us so we can provide you with our bank account information.
- We are able to receive donations via Charities Aid Foundation (CAF), including through CAF’s Give As You Earn scheme – please contact us for more information.
- We are very happy to receive cheques by post to QSA, 17 Old Ford Road, London, E2 9PJ
Giving in memory of a loved one
If you would like to donate to QSA in memory of a loved one we are able to receive donations through any of the above methods, or via Memory Giving.
Please see our dedicated page about leaving a legacy to QSA.
Fundraise for us
Please see our dedicated page on fundraising for QSA.
How we use donations
We prefer donated money to be ‘unrestricted’ which means supporting our work as a whole. Unrestricted funding works magic at our charity because it is hard to fundraise for elsewhere and it gives us the time and freedom to ask ‘where is this most needed today?’ It also allows us to research new work as we ask ‘what is no one else doing that we can do to help?’ For example, funds like this allowed us to launch Down to Earth as the UK’s first (and only UK-wide) practical support service for people struggling with funeral costs.
The costs shown below are only examples of how donations may be used.