Ways you can help

There are plenty of ways you can help

You can make a Regular Monthly Donation, Sponsor a Child monthly or just make a One Off Donation.

You can also support the Children of the Dump by Fundraising, leaving us a gift in your Will, you can even contribute just by shopping online with thousands of retailers without spending anything extra.


Monthly Donation

Make a Regular Monthly Donation of an amount that suits you that helps all the children with the ESSENTIALS programme. 


Sponsor a Child

You can sponsor a child Monthly through Cashew Early Years, Grapevine Outreach or the Mango Tree House.


One off Donation

You can make a One off Single Payment donation if a Regular Monthly Donation is not right for you.

Regular Monthly Donations

It is easy to donate by credit/debit card or via Paypal by using the boxes below or by phoning the Office on 01276 942030.


£4 per month could be enough to provide books, paper and pens for a child to learn at school


£10 per month can supplement the income of a large family so a child can be free from working and go to school to get an education


£20 per month is enough to buy a child a nutritious meal every school day which helps the child to concentrate at school


Alternatively you can donate any amount monthly to help the Children

For a regular donation by standing order please download our Standing Order Form below

Make a one off donation

You can make a one off donation by debit/credit card or via Paypal using the boxes below or phoning the Office on 01276 942030


Is enough to sponsor 1 child aged between 4 and 6 years old for 1 month at the Cashew Early Years programme which helps prepare these youngsters to excel at Elementary School once they are 6.


Is enough to sponsor 1 school child for 1 month through the Grapevine Project which means that they get a full meal every day plus teaching materials and help with travel costs to school.


Could sponsor a child in Mango Tree House for 1 month. Mango children are unable to live safely at a family home but here they receive full care and education from trained professional staff in a caring environment.


You can make a difference to the Children of the Dump by giving any other amount that you choose

Give as you live

Your online shopping can support Children of the Dump.

Donating to Children of The Dump doesn’t have to cost a penny, by signing up to Give as You Live, every time that you buy online from a huge selection of retailers the retailer will make a contribution to Children of The Dump

It’s very easy to to sign up and use and you don’t pay anything extra.

Shopping on Amazon?

Amazon Smile is a programme where Amazon donate so you can raise funds for Children of the Dump* FOR FREE when you shop.

For you it means Same Product, Same Price and Same Service from Amazon

Amazon will then donate directly to a charity of your choice

HOW DO I HELP?  Instead of the usual Amazon site use the link below and shop as normal or click the button


*Children of the Dump is the operating name of The Asian Student Christian Trust (ASCT)
Amazon donates 0.5% of the net purchase price (excluding VAT, returns and shipping fees) of eligible purchases to the charitable organisation of your choice.


Raising money by getting involved is a very rewarding way helping our Charity.

You can host a tea party, jumble sale, get baking, fundraise at school, university or work. Have a baked bean bath, hold an obstacle course, dye your hair red, or spend a day in fancy dress!

Fundraising Charity run

Small Business Giving - Work for Good

If you work for a small business that is put off from giving to Charity because of the administration and tax complications then this social enterprise offers a solution.


Leave something in your Will

Many of us want to prioritise leaving something to our family and friends but giving even a small legacy amount in your will can be a way for you to make sure that childrens lives can be massively improved by helping Children of the Dump continue the work for future generations.


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