Ways to Donate

There are several ways to Donate…

Your donations are so important. With them, we can continue to offer guidance, support and vital services to those living in crisis. Whether it’s a monthly donation or essential food supplies, your kindness makes a huge difference to so many lives.

We’ve made it easier to donate too. Now, there are several ways you can donate to the Good Shepherd. Find out how below.

Regular Monthly Donations

Regular monthly donations are extremely important to the Good Shepherd and help make a really big difference to the lives of those living in financially poverty and isolation. By choosing to give a regular monthly donation, you will be helping us to plan ahead with our finances. A regular gift allows us to have the confidence that day in day out, we will have a steady income stream that we can rely upon.

Text Donations

We can now take donations via text message. This service is provided by Donr – a provider of digital fundraising solutions to the charity sector. Donr works with the UK mobile networks to process your text donation and ensures that the donation reaches us. Find out more about them at www.donr.com.

Text ‘GSM 1’ to 70085 to donate £1.

Text ‘GSM 2’ to 70085 to donate £2.

Text ‘GSM 6’ to 70085 to donate £6 This costs £6 plus a std rate msg

Big Give Platform     

Online donations can be made through the Big Give platform. This year we are seeking donations to mark the 50th year of the Brothers’ working in Wolverhampton.

Click here to visit the donations page.

Amazon Smile

Anyone shopping at amazon can also support us by starting your shopping at https://smile.amazon.co.uk/ch/1165909-0 and selecting Good Shepherd Wolverhampton as your chosen charity.


By remembering us in your Will, you can help the work of The Good Shepherd continues to grow and support those who are struggling financially and are socially excluded get the advice support and guidance needed to improve their wellbeing and lives.

Fundraising event

The Good Shepherd is always looking for our supporters to find new initiatives to fund our work. So, if you fancy doing a run, sky dive, cake sale or just organise a dress down day at work. All the funds raised will help us to continue to operate a dining service giving many a safe friendly place to get hot wholesome food and feel accepted in society.



One off Donations

We are happy to receive cheques and cash donations as a one-off payment or regularly. Cheques need to be payable to Good Shepherd Services and gift aid forms can be downloaded through the website or contact the centre for either an electronic or paper version.

Food Donations – We appreciate donations of the following:

  • Cereal
  • Long life milk and fruit juices
  • Tea, coffee, sugar & hot chocolate
  • Biscuits, jams, chocolate
  • Pasta, pasta and curry sauces
  • Pot noodles, cup a soup, crisps
  • Tinned fruit, jelly, frozen peas
  • Tinned meat
  • Toiletries

What can your donation pay for?

£1.50 pays for a takeout meal

£2 pays for a shower and laundry service for a client

£8 pays for lunch for 4 clients

£30 to run an evening activity

£30 for a counselling session

£50 for a week of art therapy classes

£75 keeps the two vans on the road for a week

£75 pays for starter pack for those going into accommodation to include kettle, toaster, cutlery and microwave

£200 pays for a full dining service

Companies and Organisations

We offer corporate volunteering days for groups of up to 10 volunteers at a time. We can provide a wide range of activities and tasks that your volunteers can get involved in from one off projects to helping us deliver our daily services.

Can you offer us your expertise for free to help us improve as a charity? Or can you offer voluntary or employment opportunities for our service users? If so, please get in touch.

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