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Every 22 minutes a child in the UK is bereaved of a parent.

At Jigsaw (South East) our vision is to ensure that no child or young person faces their bereavement journey alone. 

Make a donation today and help us be there for the many local children and young people coping with the devastating loss of someone they love. 

Did you know that you can make your donation monthly?

A small, regular donation can help to make a huge difference. You’ll be helping to support even more local children facing bereavement to cope with their grief and rebuild their lives. 

Donate by cash, cheque or BACS

To make a donation by cash or bank transfer please contact us on 01342 313895 or 

To donate by cheque please make payable to Jigsaw (South East) and post to us at: Jigsaw (South East) Council Offices, East Court Mansion, College Lane, East Grinstead, RH19 3LT. 

Text to Donate 

  • Text JIGSAW to 70480 to donate £5* 
  • Text JIGSAW 10 to 70480 to donate £10 
  • Text JIGSAW 20 to 70480 to donate £20 

You can donate any amount up to £20 by simply changing the digit. 

*Texts cost your donation amount plus one standard rate message 

Gift Aid – boost your donation by 25%!

If you are a UK tax-payer we can claim gift aid on your donation and add an extra 25p to every £1 you give, helping us support more children and young people through their bereavement. Gift Aid is reclaimed by the charity from the tax you pay for the current tax year. To allow us to claim Gift Aid on your donation/s, please read and complete our Gift Aid Declaration Form. Please note that if you have collected money from other people (such as from a fundraising activity, collection or event) or you are donating on behalf of a school or company, you cannot claim gift aid, so please don’t click the gift aid box when donating online.

Gift Aid Declaration Form

In Memory Giving

Donating or fundraising in memory of a loved one can be a meaningful way to remember someone special while making a real difference to the lives of others. You can find out more about in memory giving here.


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