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Despite being a national resource, we receive no central government funding. Local authorities pay fees which cover the basic cost of care and education. However, these do not allow for any capital development, the up-keep of our buildings, extension of therapeutic care, or any of the extra curricular activities which other children take for granted and which our children so desperately need.

 

Via PayPal online

You can donate via PayPal with a debit/credit card or your account.
Please select the amount you wish to donate and if you wish to donate monthly:




Via JustGiving online

You can also donate via JustGiving or set up a fundraising page for your event.
Click here for our JustGiving page

 

By cheque

If you would like to make a donation to The Mulberry Bush by cheque, please make it payable to: The Mulberry Bush, enclose a completed Gift Aid form with your donation and send to:

Jane Smiley
The Mulberry Bush Organisation
Standlake
Witney
OX29 7RW

 

Regular giving

Your regular gifts to The Mulberry Bush will help the children at the school now as well as all the children we can help in the future. Every gift you make, whether large or small, is deeply appreciated.

If you are a UK bank account holder and you would like to make a regular Gift Aid donation to The Mulberry Bush, please complete and sign the Banker’s Order Form and return it together with your Gift Aid Declaration Form to Jane Smiley at the above address.

Download Bankers-Order-Form-1.doc
Download Gift-Aid-form.doc

Or setup regular giving via Direct Debit at JustGiving:

Set up a direct debit with JustGiving

 

Legacy Giving

We would be thrilled to be remembered in your will. We would be pleased to give you confidential advice on how to make a bequest. Please contact:

Nigel Main
The Mulberry Bush School
Standlake
Witney
OX29 7RW

nmain@mulberrybush.org.uk

 

 

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At the second of our seminars on ‘Developing Research for the Children’s Residential Sector‘ a full house heard Yvon Guest and Dez Holmes from Research in Practice and John Diamond and Caryn Onions from The International Centre for Therapeutic Care discussing the importance of research within the children’s residential sector. The seminar explored how others have more »