For each customer visit it costs us an average of £10 to run our service and each vehicle costs around £100 to service and maintain per year. Every penny donated helps keep our service free for anyone who needs us.
Thank you for your donations
Here are ways you can give
Make a donation
You can make a one-off or a monthly donation
using the PayPal button below.
Don’t have a PayPal account?
Don’t worry – you can still use the PayPal button to make a one-off donation using a credit or debit card without a PayPal account.
Don’t forget Gift Aid
Gift Aid is a tax relief allowing UK charities to reclaim an extra 25% in tax on every eligible donation made by a UK taxpayer; this means for every £1 you donate we can claim an additional 25p.
What do I have to do?
When you donate on-line, you’ll be asked to confirm whether or not you are a UK taxpayer, if donating in person you will be asked to complete a Gift Aid declaration. Please note that Gift Aid can only be reclaimed on donations made by individuals who pay UK income or capital gains tax at a rate at least equal to the amount reclaimed on their donations in the current tax year.
Take part in our latest game or raffle
Join Buckinghamshire Lottery today and help us raise funds so we can continue to offer free daily hire of mobility scooters, manual and powered wheelchairs for those with limited mobility to use in the town centre. Each ticket has a 1 in 50 chance to win with a top prize of £25,000!
Give while you shop
Give as you Live
Join Give as You Live via this link and donate to Shopmobility everytime you shop online
Visit Amazon using this link and we’ll receive a donation directly from Amazon while you shop – at no extra cost to you! You don’t need to do anything other than visit Amazon using our Amazon Smile link.
Cash or donations
We are grateful for donations into our collection pot when you visit, every penny counts. We are also grateful to accept donations of raffle prizes and suitable equipment.
Leave a gift in your Will
Your Will is a very personal and special way to give, and we’re grateful for your thoughts when making your Will. Did you know that it is possible to leave a 1% share of your estate to a charity in your Will. You can even gift investments or valuable personal items.
How to make a Will?
Your solicitor can give you the right advice, but making a Will is usually straightforward. Pop in for a chat about leaving a gift in your Will.