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Although we are part funded by Aberdeenshire Council, to whom we are most grateful, as a registered local charity SWACAB is reliant on financial support from the community to help cover our operating costs.

Could you help us by making a donation or helping our fundraising team? We are always grateful for any support we are given.

There are a number of ways that you can make a donation:

Just Giving

Donate with JustGiving

If Gift aid is applicable to the donation we would appreciate you completing the relevant information to ensure SWACAB gain an extra 25% on top of your donation.


JustTextGiving allows you to make a donation by text message using your mobile phone.

To donate to SWACB using JustTextGiving, text WCAB12 £10 to 70070, this amount will be deducted from your current mobile phone credit or added to your mobile phone bill. You can also donate £1, £2, £3, £4 or £5 in a single donation, just replace the £10 above with your chosen amount.

After you've sent the text, you'll receive a confirmation text providing information on how to add Gift Aid, which will ensure SWACAB gain an extra 25% from your donation if you are a basic rate tax payer.

Please visit for more information on this service.

Cheque donation

Please send a cheque to SWACAB, Suite 2, First Floor offices, Westhill Shopping Centre, Westhill, Aberdeen shire, AB32,6RL. Please include your name and address so that we can acknowlege your donation and send you a Gift Aid from, which we would be grateful if you would fill in and retrun to us if you are a bsic rate taxpayer.

Standing Order

Regular small donations by bank standing order can make a big difference. If you are interested in helping us in this please contact the bureau on 01224 747714 and we will send you a simple form, plus a Gift Aid form, to complete and return to us. You will be abe to set up the standing order using the details provided on the form, either through on-line banking or by letter to your bank.

Thank You

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