The Westminster Society,
soon to be LDN London
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Raise funds for us

Danielle and Karen McKenna raised £6000 trekking across the Great Wall of China

This is just one example of a fundraising activity, which helps us to achieve our mission to provide quality services and create opportunities for people with learning disabilities and their families. To do this, we need funds. Many fundraising ideas are tried and tested and bring in much-needed financial support.

Yet, we are also looking for novel fundraising ideas that will raise funds and our charity’s profile. Can you come up with an exciting new idea? Could you tweak an existing event? There’s always a great excuse to put on an entirely new event or add a twist to something.

Ready to take up the challenge? We can support you with all the promotion and any other support you may require.

As a local charity we are in a unique position of being able to demonstrate the difference that your fundraising efforts make.

Contact: Laurence Swan, Fundraising and Marketing Manager

020 8206 6611

Bike and Row challenge

Looking for a discount on high street products? Click on the button above to head to Voucher Cloud, and the Westminster Society will get 50% of their commission and 30p for every sign up.

Shop, Search and Fundraise 

We’re excited to announce Savoo Search, Save and Raise as our new fundraising partner, and we’d like to introduce you to this innovative way of donating. Simply use Savoo Search as your default search engine (the same way as you would your current search engine) and Savoo will donate 1p for every search. If you’re looking to do some online shopping and want to get a great deal, Savoo has thousands of voucher codes and deals that will help you save money & they will donate to Westminster Society at the same time. 

Covid-19 Update

The Westminster Society is calling for health equality for people with learning disabilities to ensure they have access to regular Covid-19 testing, and that vaccines are made available on an equitable basis alongside people living in elderly and nursing care facilities.

Our CEO has written to Helen Whately Minister of State for Social Care asking for a change in policy – please see her letter here.

Read the letter to Helen Whately