DDP is a small organization, and keeps overheads to an absolute minimum. Even so, covering core costs is a constant challenge.
We are grateful to every individual and organization who is able to contribute towards our work with disabled people and their organizations.
If you have a fundraising idea, please get in touch! In the past, supporters have raised money through carol-singing, charity runs, sponsored walks and other fun events.
It’s possible now to combine charity fundraising with de-cluttering your home! Unwanted or damaged jewellery • Gold, silver, costume jewellery, watches, broken/damaged items (missing stones, odd earrings, snapped chains…) Old banknotes • Unwanted or obsolete paper currency from any country, of any age (but not coins!) Our partners at Recycling for Good Causes will re-use […]
Supporting disabled people in poorer countries really can be easier than you might think: Register on www.easyfundraising.org.uk/ddp and select DDP as the organisation you wish to support when you shop online through easyfundraising. Each purchase will generate a donation for DDP. Set your search engine to http://ddp.easysearch.org.uk to raise funds. Are you an Amazon shopper? Change to smile.amazon.co.uk and get Amazon […]
If you would like to support our work with an online donation via the Charities Aid Foundation, please click here. To send a cheque, or set up a regular standing order, please click to download and complete a donation form (pdf). Please don’t forget to boost your donation by signing up for GiftAid, if you are […]
You may wish to remember Disability and Development Partners (DDP) in your will – this allows you to make a planned gift to a charity whose work you believe in, while ensuring that your family and the people you care about will be provided for after your lifetime. A bequest to charity is free of […]