Donate to help young homeless people

As a small charity, we appreciate every single donation and will make a huge difference to our vital work with young people in Brighton & Hove. You can donate in a number of easy ways.

Make a donation to The Clock Tower Sanctuary

There are several ways to make a donation. The quickest and most efficient online methods are LocalGiving and JustGiving. Just click on the logos to donate.

Donate with JustGiving

Donate to The Clock Tower Sanctuary with Just Giving

Donate with LocalGiving

Set up a monthly donation

If you would like to become a regular supporter, you can set up a standing order to make an ongoing contribution. Just download and complete our mandate form.  Please send a copy to your bank and a duplicate to us at The Clock Tower Sanctuary, Wenlock House 41-41 North Street Brighton, BN1 1RH so we are aware of the instruction.

Pay directly into our account

You can do this either with cash at any HSBC bank or by online transfer. Account name: The Clock Tower Sanctuary, Sort Code: 40-52-40, Account number: 00031565. Please let us know if you have made a direct donation by emailing

Send a cheque

You can send a cheque made payable to: The Clock Tower Sanctuary, to our address: Wenlock House, 41-43 North Street, Brighton, BN1 1RH. Please include your name and address so that we can send you a thank you and keep in touch.

Donate by text

Text Donate – You can also donate by text. Just quote the reference Home10 and the amount, (eg Home10 £20) and send to 70070.

Please remember to Gift Aid your donation

If you are a UK tax payer, please download a Gift Aid Declaration Form and send it to us, electronically or by post, so that we can benefit from the Government’s Gift Aid scheme and reclaim an extra 25p for every pound you donate, increasing the value of your gift.

Download our fundraising pack

We hope this pack provides you with some inspiration of how to raise money – everything from running a brilliant bake sale to a killer karaoke evening or taking part in a tough triathlon!