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This year staff and trustees are challenging themselves to complete some of the toughest physical tests in the catchment to raise money for the  Trust’ work. Please sponsor us to help us continue our work in the river.

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We rely on a dependable and regular income to continue our work. This is where we need your support. By giving to Tyne Rivers Trust on a regular basis you can be sure that your donation will be put to good use straight away.

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Alternatively make this even easier by payroll giving. This is your chance to help support our work by regularly donating money from your salary. Because it is tax-free, your gift will go further. To do this you will simply need to ask your employer about their payroll giving scheme.

Alternatively, you can make a one-off donation.  To donate online please click on the donate button below.  Donations can be made via a PayPal account or using a credit or debit card.  PayPal pass on 100% of your donation to us and you can choose to add Gift Aid so we receive more.

We all love to celebrate a special occasion, whether it’s a wedding, birthday, anniversary or simply a chance to get together and have some fun. Lots of people like to give gifts at these events, but if you already have everything you need, why not ask people to make a donation to the Tyne Rivers Trust, or collect donations on the day and send them directly to us?Donate Now

You can download our leaflet ‘Become a Friend of Tyne Rivers Trust’ here. It will tell you more about how you can help, including making a regular gift by standing order, or a one-off donation. If you’d like us to send you a copy, please contact us.

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Easy FundraisingIf you shop online, you can raise funds for us for free by accessing your usual suppliers via the Tyne Rivers Trust Easyfundraising page.  The shop will donate to us every time you purchase something, at no extra cost to you.  You can even download a simple toolbar which will highlight those affiliated suppliers whenever you visit their pages or find them in an internet search.

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This really is effortless!  Use our Easysearch page and you will raise funds for us every time you search the internet.  It costs you nothing and is a great alternative to Google or Bing.

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Raise funds for Tyne Rivers Trust while undertaking a personal challenge.  Setting up an online giving page to support our work is easy through Virgin Money Giving.

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Legacies make a vital difference to the long term stability of Tyne Rivers Trust. Leaving a legacy allows you to show your support and ensure that future generations can benefit from the Tyne Rivers. Once you have provided for family and friends, please consider remembering Tyne Rivers Trust in your will.

Remember a loved one by making a donation to Tyne Rivers Trust. Why not set up a Virgin Money Giving page where other friends can also remember, while supporting the work we do with people who benefit so much from the river?

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