We need your help now more than ever!


Your gifts make all the difference. And we’ve got a few options for you to choose from to help people fighting corona across the world. The choice is up to you.

Direct Debit

The most effective way to give to ADRA-UK is by making a regular monthly donation.

You can set up a direct debit online using our online direct debit page.

Download our direct debit form  print and post it to ADRA-UK, Stanborough Park, Watford, Hertfordshire, WD25 9JZ

Online Donation

You can safely and securely make an online cash donation to ADRA-UK using our online donation system on this page.

Please note we can only accept online donations from European Card holders.

Offline Donation

By Telephone: Call 030 30 40 10 17 to make a telephone donation (Monday-Thursday 09:00-16:00)

By Post: Send cheques, Postal Orders and charity vouchers ADRA-UK, Stanborough Park, Watford, Hertfordshire, WD25 9JZ. Please do not send cash by post.

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Where my donations help

Did you know your donation can be worth 25% more at no extra cost to you?

If you are a UK taxpayer, Gift Aid lets ADRA-UK reclaim tax on any donations you have made to us. Simply provide your details when donating online or contact the office when donating offline. 

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Legacy and Memorial Giving

Legacies are special gifts from one generation to another. By remembering ADRA ’s work in your will you are providing future generations with the means to help themselves build a brighter life. 

Charitable bequests are free of Inheritance Tax (IHT). A common way of remembering a chosen charity in one’s Will is to leave the proportion of one’s estate above the Inheritance Tax threshold to charity and thereby avoid paying any IHT.

We will be happy to discuss the options with you. Feel free to call us for more information on 030 30 40 10 17


Have a question regarding a donation? Call 030 30 40 10 17 and speak directly to us (Monday-Thursday 09:00-16:00).

In keeping with current Charity practice in the UK, up to 5% of all donations may be retained to help meet the costs of administrative overheads and to generate further funds.