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Give to Dandelion Time

Dandelion Time has grown from a fledging charity in 2003 to an established organisation that has now transformed the lives of over 1,000 children and families. We wouldn’t be here now without the generous support of individuals, companies and trusts who choose to back Dandelion Time in this exciting journey. As we grow by developing our HQ & opening more branches to support more children, more than ever we need your help to make it happen.

Make an Online Donation Today

Set up a monthly donation via direct debit or give a one-off gift via JustGiving

Gift Aid

If you are a taxpayer, we can reclaim 25p in tax on every £1 you give.
Please help your gift go further by completing the short gift aid form.

What will my donation support?

With your help, we can provide a safe and nurturing space to allow children and their families to begin to love and trust again.

£10 donation

Would buy a hay bale for our donkeys Woody and Wesley

£30 donation

Would buy a Green Woodworking session for a child

£50 donation

Would buy a family pottery session

Your donation will help restore hope to the lives of vulnerable children and families

Other Ways To Donate

By Bank Transfer

Bank: HSBC
Account Name: Dandelion Time
Sort Code: 40-31-06
Account Number: 31824880
Reference: Donation

By Cheque

Payee: Dandelion Time
Post to: Dandelion Time, Elsmcroft Cottage, Charlton Lane, West Farleigh, Kent, ME15 0NY

Payroll Giving

Payroll Giving donations work through the UKs PAYE system for salaried employees paying UK income tax. Set-up is fast and simple and requires only your employee or National Insurance numbers. There are tax relief benefits for payroll givers.

By Phone

Please call 01622 814001 and ask to speak to the Fundraising Team

By Crypto

Make a Cryptocurrency donation to Dandelion Time and help us transform the lives of vulnerable children.

Legacy Gifts

Your will is your wish… help us make lasting change to the lives of vulnerable children by leaving an invaluable and long-lasting impact on the lives of troubled children and families in Kent.