As a charity, Crossroads Care Richmond and Kingston welcomes all forms of donations, no matter how large or small. Each donation helps to improve the lives of carers and the people they care for.

In these challenging times, we need your help more than ever to continue delivering essential services to our clients, especially the elderly, vulnerable and at risk. There are a number of ways to donate to Crossroads Care Richmond and Kingston. Please contact us for more information.


With Just Giving, you can make a single donation. Enter the amount you wish to donate below to make a secure online donation. With Friends of Crossroads, you can make a single or monthly donation.

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By Phone

You can make a single donation securely by calling the office on 0208 943 9421 using your debit or credit card.

We accept the following payment methods:



If you would like to send your donation by cheque, please make it payable to Richmond Upon Thames Crossroads and post it to:

Crossroads Care Richmond & Kingston,
1 Beverley Court,
26 Elmtree Road,
Middlesex, TW11 8ST

Standing Order

To make a regular monthly donation, please become a Friend of Crossroads and arrange a sum of your choice by Standing Order. You can complete the form below and send to your bank or, if you have online access to your bank account, most banks allow you to setup a Standing Order through your online banking service.

Alternatively, email the filled in form to or post to:
Crossroads Care Richmond & Kingston,
1 Beverley Court,
26 Elmtree Road,
Teddington, Middlesex,
TW11 8ST

and we can arrange this with your bank.

Text Donate

You can donate using your mobile phone by texting Club11 followed by the amount you wish to donate to 70070.

To donate £5, simply text Club11£5 using your mobile phone, and so on. You can donate £1, £2, £3, £4, £5 or £10.

All the money you donate goes directly to us. Your network provider does not charge you for the text you send to make the donation

Gift Aid

Every gift you make to Crossroads Care Richmond and Kingston – whatever its value – could be worth more at no extra cost to you.

Please complete your details and tick the Gift Aid box on the Friends of Crossroads form. Email to or post to:

Crossroads Care Richmond & Kingston,
1 Beverley Court,
26 Elmtree Road,
Middlesex, TW11 8ST

Download Friends of Crossroads Care Form

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There are no catches or hidden charges and Crossroads Care Richmond & Kingston will be really grateful for your donations.

Thank you for your support!

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