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Oaklea is a registered charity (Registered Charity No. 1091722).
We rely upon the support of generous and benevolent individuals and organisations in order to continue our essential work with disabled and vulnerable children and adults. Dignity, respect, inclusion and choice are all aspects of citizenship that Oaklea values. Your donation means disabled and disadvantaged people’s lives continue to be improved.
A message from our CEO Clive Wigley: “The Vision of Oaklea Trust is that every citizen has a positive contribution to make to society and the right to control their own lives. During 2017/18 Oaklea supported over 350 individual customers across Cumbria, Durham and Northumberland, add to this the countless customers in the wider community that have been helped and supported through the activities of the Appleby Hub and The Furniture Warehouse is a fantastic achievement.
The Oaklea Trust often go beyond the requirements of the statutory service, for example sourcing a washing machine for an elderly Home Care customer to improve their dignity and quality of life, or working with a long term unemployed individual to achieve stability in the home before being able to focus on gaining meaningful employment.These examples cannot be done without the support of local business and the local community.If you or your organisation is considering making a donation to a charitable organisation or if you are looking for a charitable partner for your organization we would be happy to talk further.”
Your contribution could achieve fantastic results:
If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact us E: firstname.lastname@example.org or T:01539 735025
There are lots of other ways you can help with our work:
Donations / Gifts
If you would like to make a donation, we accept the following donation methods:
There are lots of ways you can raise money and if you want to get involved we would love to hear from you.
Whether you want to plan a fundraising event or push yourself in a personal challenge, one of the first things to do is set yourself a target. This can be as ambitious or as modest as you like, and you can always adjust it as you go along.
Put your own spin on something tried and tested like a coffee morning, or get creative and do your own thing.
Request a fundraising pack in the post by emailing us at: email@example.com
Raising money with the help of your family and friends couldn’t be easier.
You can set up a fundraising page on Virgin Money Giving (here’s ours - Oaklea’s Virgin Money Giving page) so that your supporters can sponsor you online. This takes away the responsibility of collecting money after your event or challenge. You can add any sponsor money you collect onto your running total so you can easily keep track.
It is completely free to use, and you can keep it up to date with photos and updates for your supporters to see!
Wills and Trusts Information
It is important to make a will if you want to provide for the future of a family member or friend with a disability.
By making a trust you can leave money for the benefit of a family member or friend with a disability. The trust means that they do not have to worry about the responsibility of looking after the money in their lifetime. A trust is a useful way to provide for a person with a disability who may not be able to handle money left to them outright or who may be vulnerable to pressure from other people.
When making a trust we advise seeking professional assistance from a legal representative.
For further information on any wills and trusts please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We have also produced a leaflet on making a will -click on the link below: