Donate to Basis

As a small charity, we rely heavily on charitable donations from trusts, foundations and the general public

By donating to Basis By donating to Basis you can help ensure we can continue to provide essential support for women and young people in Leeds. We are unable to commit large amounts of funds to fundraising events or activities, so we appreciate all the donations we get!

Where might your money go?


buys two food parcels


pays for one hour one-to-one specialist support for a young person

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pays for one evening outreach session

Donations can be made in many different ways


Send a cheque made payable to Basis Yorkshire
94 North Street
Leeds LS2 7PN

Direct Debit

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Text (SMS)

Donating via Text Giving by texting BASIS and the amount you want to donate to 70085.
Please note you may be charged for this text, depending on your contract

In kind donations

Having an office clear out or de-cluttering at home? Still have some Christmas gifts lying around? Let us know!

As well as monetary donations we are also always very grateful for in kind donations that we can give out to the people we support. Although our space is limited, we are always in need of:

  • Toiletries (toothbrush, towel, shower gels)
  • Clothes (particularly smaller sizes)
  • Non-perishable food items (chocolate, crisps, tins, hot chocolate for outreach!)
  • Plastic bags (for food parcels)

If you have things you would like to donate, please drop us a message on social media or give the office a ring to organise a time to drop off your donation.

To find out more on how your support has helped during Covid, see our videos for Basis Sex Work Project and Basis Young People.

Why not watch this video to find out more about our work with women and young people?