Make a monthly gift
Thank you for choosing to support our work with a regular gift. As little as £5 a month could help us rebuild lives.
£5, £15 or £20 a month could help us shape innovative projects and services to reduce harm and rebuild lives.
Make a single donation
With a one off gift you can make a big difference to those trying to rebuild lives in the UK. Thank you so much for supporting our work.
£10, £20, £50 or £100 could go towards our innovative projects. It could also help fund our ground-breaking work with Adults, Young People and Professionals.
Everyone deserves a chance to rebuild their lives. We couldn’t do it without the help of amazing people like you.
Donating via post
Your donation could help us shape innovative projects and services to reduce harm and rebuild lives.
To donate via post please make your cheque payable to The Hampton Trust and send to:
The Hampton Trust
We’d be really grateful if you can also complete a Gift Aid form with this so we can claim an extra 25p for every £1 you give!Download Gift Aid Form Here
Behind closed doors – Cosmopolitan Magazine July 2020
We are pleased to announce that we feature in this months issue of Cosmopolitan Magazine! A great read about domestic abuse how our CARA interventions across the UK are tackling the root cause of domestic abuse following a conditional caution being issued by the Police. Working in partnership with the Police, we deliver […]
Restorative Solutions partners with The Hampton Trust to mobilise CARA in West Yorkshire
The West Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner’s commitment to tackling domestic abuse and sexual violence was supported by his published Domestic and Sexual Abuse Strategy in 2017. The strategy underpins the need for partnership working, providing the framework for a West Yorkshire Domestic and Sexual Abuse Partnership to jointly plan and deliver support services. A […]
Chantal Hughes, CEO introduces the ‘HT Heroes’
Those that know me will appreciate I’m not the biggest fan of New Year’s Eve. It’s the concept my daughter refers to as ‘organised fun’ that bothers me. I do remember though on the 1st January thinking how easy 2020 is to say which I thought was a bonus to get through the dreaded first […]