Donate to Seashell


Here at Seashell, we are massively dependent on our generous donors to help us provide the very best services and support that we possibly can. No matter how big or small, by making a donation to Seashell, you are allowing us to improve the lives of so many children and young adults that we care for.

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Change a life today with disability and autism charity donations

As a well-established learning disability and autism charity, Seashell offers a holistic approach to learning, support for people with complex learning difficulties in a number of ways. Whether attending our special needs school in Manchester, our college for people with disabilities, staying in one of specialist disability accommodation or enjoying one of our many other amazing services, the individuals in our care are guaranteed tailored attention and education that is truly valuable. Our many achievements and life-changing work wouldn’t have been possible, however, without the support of our many fantastic donors. 

So if you’re considering making a few local charity donations but prefer not to donate online, you can make your autism and disability donations in the following ways …


Post a cheque

Your generous disability and autism charity donations are payable by cheque!

Just post to: Seashell, Stanley Road, Cheadle Hulme, Cheshire SK8 6RQ


Make a BACS payment

You can also make your disability donations with a BACS payment, using your surname as the reference, into our bank account as follows:

  • Bank: Royal Bank of Scotland
  • Account Number: 41459632
  • Sort Code: 16-00-18


Make a credit card payment

If you would rather donate via credit card, please contact us by telephone and call 0161 696 9384.


Give regularly by standing order

Here at Seashell, we massively value the generosity of those who consistently donate to us on a regular basis. If you’re interested in making disability donations on a regular basis, perhaps you’re considering making a standing order with us. Scroll down to download and complete a standing order form.  

You can scan it and email to us at or post to Fundraising, Seashell, Stanley Road, Cheadle Hulme, SK8 6RQ.  


Donate regularly through payroll giving

If you’re looking to donate via your payroll, this is much more tax-efficient for you as the donation is taken pre-tax.

Check with your employer’s payroll department that you’re able to set up for payroll giving.  If you are, ask for a form to complete and let your payroll department know you would like to donate to Seashell.

If your employer is not set up then we can help you out. Just get in touch and we’ll be more than happy to support you with your autism charity donation.


Make a gift in memory

If you would like to make a gift in memory of someone, you can donate via any of the above methods.

We do also have small donation envelopes for funeral gifts.  Just get in touch.


Leave a legacy

Our children and young people have benefitted immensely from gifts left by people in their wills.

If you are considering leaving a gift to charity in your will, please contact us to discuss how we use the money donated effectively.


Home collection boxes

We have some small cardboard collection boxes for your loose change at home or on your desk. Please reach out to find out more about our collection boxes and learn how you can get your hands on one.

If you have any other queries on how to make a donation to Seashell Trust, do not hesitate to contact us and we will do our best to help you with your query.

Standing Order Form


Make a difference with local charity donations

If you’re interested in seeing some of the amazing results and achievements we’ve managed to make here at Seashell, just take a look at some of our inspirational stories.

Get in touch

If you have any further questions or need any help with your donation, feel free to get in touch with our fantastic team. We are always happy to help! Just call us at 0161 610 0100 or email us at

If you would like to find out more information about how we support those with complex learning disabilities or our residential care for children, take a look at our website.

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