Victims First Northumbria is an independent charity and a free victim referral service. We understand everyone’s differing needs and situations and we will always give the best possible care and advice. Without fundraising and donations from members of the public we would not be able to deliver this important service. Your support would help Victims First Northumbria to invest in our staff and volunteers to continue providing our essential support to those who need it most.
Donate & Fundraising
Ways to donate
Your donations, no matter how big or small, can make a difference to the work we do.
Online option: visit our BT MyDonate page
You can make a single or monthly donation to our charity to help us to provide vital support to victims of crime. None of your donation is used for commission, set up fees or administration.
It all goes to providing support to victims.
How your money helps
- £3 will help to train and support our volunteers to provide an exceptional level of care to victims of crime
- £5 can help us to provide a victim of burglary with practical security measures a to make them feel safer in their own home
- £10 can help us to support a victim fleeing domestic violence
- £20 will allow one of our experienced Care Coordinators to visit a vulnerable victim in the comfort of their own home
Larger donations can help us provide ongoing training to our Care Coordinators and Volunteers to enable them to continue to support and reach as many of victims of crime in the Northumbria area as possible.
Remembering Victims First Northumbria in your will
Leaving a charitable gift in your Will is easier than most people realise. It is always worth regularly reviewing your Will to make sure your wishes are reflected in it. Once you have thought about your nearest and dearest, if you would like to include a gift to Victims First Northumbria, the easiest way to do this is through a pecuniary (cash) gift or residuary gift which is a share of your estate.
We understand that your Will is private to you but if you would like to let us know that you have included a gift to VFN, please contact us on email@example.com
Your donation will help us provide vital support to vulnerable victims of crime, helping them on their journey to recovery.
Help with writing your Will
We always recommend that you ask a solicitor or other legally qualified professional to prepare your Will. To find a solicitor who can help you with making your will, visit the Law Society’s Find a Solicitor website and use the quick search option “Wills and probate” to find your nearest solicitor.
Choosing a law firm that is a member of the Law Society’s Wills and Inheritance Quality Scheme means that your solicitor will meet the high standards for wills and probate services set by the Law Society. You will also be using a specialist legal professional who is regulated and insured, unlike most other will-writing services.
Information for Funeral Directors
If you are a Funeral Director and are paying in donations from a recent funeral, then you can send the donations in by cheque, online donate scheme or contact us on 0800 011 3116
Collections at funerals
Many people arrange collections at funerals as a way to give in memory of a loved one. You can make your donations by cheque or online by visiting our MyDonate page. If you provide us with the details of a loved one, we will contact the family regarding the donation and how this will help us provide support to vulnerable victims.