Make a donation or raise money on our behalf
Whatever you give, we greatly appreciate any contribution. You can make a donation anonymously if you prefer, by clicking here on the Just Giving site, where Dyslexia Scotland is registered.
The next time you buy something from Amazon, go to www.smile.amazon.co.uk, choose Dyslexia Scotland as your charity and Amazon will donate 0.5% of the cost of your purchase to us. (Installing this free tool, Smilematic, automatically redirects you to Amazon Smile whenever you shop on Amazon).
Special information for American donors
Dyslexia Scotland is supported by the American Fund for Charities, a United States 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization EIN 52-2109597. Donations to the American Fund from US taxpayers are tax deductible according to US law. Dyslexia Scotland has been successfully evaluated by the American Fund for Charities as a suitable organization to receive grants from a United States public charity.
So if you are a United States tax payer and want to support Dyslexia Scotland, please visit here and click on 'Evaluated charities' where you will find Dyslexia Scotland. You can then make an online credit card donation to the American Fund recommending a grant to Dyslexia Scotland. Or get in touch and we will tell you more.
Give as you earn
We’re asking people to give us just one pound every month for a whole year. Because we’re a charity, giving is tax free – so it’ll only cost you £9.36.
Give As You Earn is a payroll giving scheme administered by the Charities Aid Foundation. Any employee or pensioner paid under PAYE can donate to any charity in the UK, tax-free.
Contact us on 01786 44 66 50 or [email protected] for more information.
Raise money for us through Savoo.co.uk
Dyslexia Scotland has recently partnered with Savoo.co.uk on a new and exciting fundraising project. Every time you use Savoo, you can donate to us by either searching online, or using their voucher codes and deals to save money. Watch this short video to find out more.
'Just a Minute' Campaign
If you don't have a lot of time, but would like to help us to raise awareness of dyslexia, please see our microvolunteering opportunities here.