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Deaf children's charity Ovingdean Hall Foundation's tenth anniversary logoPlease can you support our work?: In 2022, we mark our tenth anniversary of providing opportunities for deaf children and young people. Over the past decade, donations from our friends have made a huge difference to the amount of projects we can support each year. We receive an increasing number of high quality applications from organisations working with deaf children, and we want to support as many of these as we can. There is a very real and growing need for our support.

Please support us through Kind Link’s secure online donation service. Thank you. 

Over the years, we have been fortunate to be supported by many kind people, businesses and trusts. We retained our original charity number (1052478) and charitable objectives, and we are very grateful that many people have continued to support us as we moved from Ovingdean Hall School to Ovingdean Hall Foundation.

If you would like to make a gift at this time, please follow this link to Kind Link, our secure online donation service.

If you prefer to give by cheque or CAF voucher, please make your cheque payable to Ovingdean Hall Foundation and post to:Ovingdean Hall Foundation, 15 Great College Street, London SW1P 3RX. 

Gifts from Wills: Of all the donations we have received from individuals, legacies have had the greatest impact on our work. When you are making or updating your Will, and after you have provided for your loved ones, please consider if you could help us continue our work in the future by leaving us a bequest. Thank you.

UK_AmazonSmile_Logos_RGB_black+orange_SMALL-ONLYSupport when you shop: Do you shop at Amazon? If so, we are registered with Amazon Smile which donates 0.5% of your net purchase to us when you select us as your charity of choice.  Support us on Amazon Smile and select Ovingdean Hall Foundation as your charity.

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