Help Share Psychotherapy


Share Psychotherapy relies on grants and generous support from our donors. Donations help fund our year round services proving psychotherapy for clients in South Yorkshire area.

Make a donation online. Your transaction will be handled by a secure website.

Make a donation by post: download a Donation Form [see below] and complete and return it to Share Psychotherapy, 73 Wilkinson Street, Sheffield S10 2GJ. Please make cheques payable to Share Psychotherapy.

Make a regular gift by standing order: it enables you to spread the cost of your support over the year and allows Share Psychotherapy to put in place long-term plans. Download a Standing Order Form [see below] and complete and return it to Share Psychotherapy, 73 Wilkinson Street, Sheffield S10 2GJ.

Use Gift Aid and you can make your donation worth more.   Please see Gift Aid Form below.  For every pound you give to us, we get an extra 25p from the Inland Revenue. If you are a UK tax payer and you tick yes on the donation form or Standing Order Form and we will be able to reclaim from the Inland Revenue the tax you pay on donations: that is 25p on every £1 that you donate. If you pay tax at the higher rate you can claim further tax relief in your self-assessment tax return. The additional income we generate - at no extra cost to you - will provide a significant boost to our work.

Other ways to help the Share Psychotherapy

Legacy giving - including a gift to the Share Psychotherapy in your will is perhaps the most special and personal way that you could mark your concern for people with mental health issues.

Organize a fundraising event - Why not have a fun lunch with friends and fundraise for Share Psychotherapy as well?

With your help and support we are making a positive and lasting difference to the lives of people, by proving individual and group psychotherapy. Thank you.

For donation queries contact 0114 273 0200 or email office@sharepsychotherapy.org

Donation  Form

Standing Order Form

Gift Aid Form

Checked/Updated 11th August 2017