Donations from lovely people like you allow us to help vulnerable young people and meet their needs as they arise – whether it is help to find somewhere to live, support for a young carer or counselling for a young person struggling with their mental health.
Every penny you donate to No Limits supports our work with vulnerable young people in Southampton and the surrounding areas. Donations from individuals like you are the most flexible funding we receive – we can spend it where there is the most need.
Become a regular giver today!
It really helps us plan our work if we know we have donations coming in regularly. Become a regular giver today by signing up to a monthly direct debit and you will receive an invitation to a special supporters’ event and a copy of our annual Impact Report.
How your donations could help
per month could provide regular showering and laundry facilities for a young person with no home
per month could provide a young carer with some much-needed respite through attending the annual Young Carers Festival
per month could pay for a course of counselling sessions for a young person struggling with their mental health
Want to make a donation but not ready to commit?
There’s lots of other ways you can support No Limits. You can:
Make a one off donation
It’s never been easier to make a one-off donation! You can:
- Make a donation online
- Do a bank transfer: Account Name: No Limits South, Account Number: 00633709, Sort Code: 12-09-61
- Write a cheque made payable to No Limits South and send with a copy of this form to: Fundraising Team, No Limits, 35 The Avenue, Southampton, SO17 1XN
Be sure to let us know it’s you by adding a reference note to your donation and by e-mailing us so we can be sure to send you a big thank you and keep you up to date with how your donation will make a difference in the lives of those we support.Make an online donation
Take on a sponsored challenge
Want to set yourself a challenge and do something for young people at the same time? Why not take on a sponsored challenge! Try one of our ready-made challenges or come up with one of your own – we’d love to hear about any ideas you have. If you’d like to find out more, get in touch.Get in touch
Organise a fundraising event
Organising a fundraising event is a great way to have some fun with family and friends, and all for a good cause! You could organise a:
- Talent show
- Clothes swap
- Bake sale
- Fancy dress day at school or work
- Movie night
- Coffee morning
We’d love to hear your ideas – the sky’s the limit!Get in touch