Why Do We Need Your Help?
Mrs B is 86, housebound and isolated. Our Homeline service calls her every weekday to say hello and see how she is. Today we rang over 100 older people like Mrs B.
Agnes is 19 and has a learning disability. BCH found and trained a volunteer mentor to support her in her wish to go to college. She hopes eventually to get her own flat and to live independently. Our Small Jobs Scheme fitted new light bulbs for Alf, who is 78. He had been living in the dark for two weeks.
Mrs J is elderly and lives with her disabled son. Until last year, their bathroom was inaccessible. Neither of them were able to use it. Our Care & Repair project designed a new bathroom, secured a grant to pay for the work, put the job out to tender with approved contractors and supervised the renovation. Mrs J and her son are now able to have a bath in their own home. You can help to support our work with Alf, Mrs B and many others by making a donation to Bishop Creighton House.
The names used here have been changed; the work is real.
Make a Donation
You can do this
BY POST - Simply print off the donor and gift aid forms below, and send them to us at the address on the form
ONLINE - Click the button below to go to the Charities Aid Foundation secure donation page and follow the instructions
And we can make your donation go further if you fill in the Gift Aid form. This means we can reclaim tax on your donation - 25p for every £1 you give.