Other ways to donate

There are a number of ways in which you can donate to The Soldiers’ Charity, and help us continue being there for our soldiers, veterans and their immediate families whenever they need us. Whether you’re making a one-off donation online, donating by text, or even becoming part of our payroll giving scheme, supporting us is quick and easy.


Direct DebitDonate by Direct Debit

Donating by Direct Debit is a simple way of regularly donating to charity. Regular gifts help ensure that we can provide continual support for our beneficiaries. Once it’s set up you don’t need to do anything, and you can still Gift Aid your donations too. You can donate by Direct Debit here.

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Give in memory

Giving in memory is a special way to remember the life of someone close to you. We know the Army Family is close to many and by honouring a loved one in this way you can provide a lasting tribute that will help support soldiers and veterans when they need help.

You can also remember your loved one with your donation in memory by dedicating a plaque to them on our Memorial Wall.

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Donate by phone

Simply call 0207 901 8912 to make your donation by debit or credit card. Our office opening hours are Monday to Friday 9am – 5pm.

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Donate by text

To make a £3 donation to The Soldiers’ Charity text ARMY2 to 70004. Increase your donation by texting ARMY2 £5 or ARMY2 £10.

Terms and conditions apply.

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Donate by post

To donate to us by post, simply send your donation to:

ABF The Soldiers’ Charity
Mountbarrow House
6-20 Elizabeth Street
London SW1W 9RB

*Cheques payable to ‘ABF The Soldiers’ Charity’

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Payroll Giving is a simple and tax effective way of donating to charity. Your regular gift will help ensure that we can continue to be there for soldiers, veterans and their immediate families when they need us. Find out more about our Payroll Giving scheme here.

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