Help Us Make a Difference

Other Ways To Give​

There are many ways that you can help Workaid continue its work to empower young people through vocational training in Africa (and the UK), now and in the future.

Here are just a few simple ways you can support Workaid today. You can take on a fundraising challenge, shop online via the ‘easyfundraising’ website and you can even turn your old car into cash for the charity through ‘Giveacar’!

And just in case you need reminding, if you are making a donation and are a UK taxpayer, tick the Gift Aid box to make your donation go further.

Looking to the future, a gift in your will is a wonderful way to leave a legacy for future generations.  

Shop online through easyfundraising, a wide range of retailers such as John Lewis, M&S, eBay, Virgin Media and many more.  They will donate a percentage of your spend to Workaid at no cost to you.

Have an old car that you would like to get rid of?
Use Giveacar, the UK’s first car donation scheme to turn your old car into cash for charity and be sure to nominate Workaid as the beneficiary.

Leave a Legacy

Writing a will can be a daunting thought. With an up-to-date will, you can have peace of mind that the people and causes that matter to you have been looked after the way you choose. 

Workaid has partnered with Bequeathed to make it easy for you to create your FREE Will. Step-by-step instructions will guide you through the online application, followed by a 30-minute appointment.

Take on a Challenge

Why not take on a challenge and fundraise for Workaid. No matter how small or large – you can make a difference to the lives of young people in Africa and the UK. 

Walk, Run, Cycle or even Dance for us! Check out local challenges near to you, sign up and get training! Create your online fundraising page today at GoFundMe or contact us for a sponsorship form.

In Memory

A donation in lieu or in memory donation, asking family and friends to make a donation instead of flowers, is a special way to commemorate a loved one’s involvement in a cause.  Every donation is a tribute to your loved one and will have lasting benefits, helping us continue our work in Africa (and the UK).