There are lots of ways you can get involved with the Aldingbourne Trust and help adults with learning disabilities.
You can make a donation, volunteer, take part in challenge events, play the Aldingbourne lottery, buy from our social enterprises or enjoy the Great Day Out at our Country Centre.
Whatever you do, people with learning disabilities live more fulfilled lives. They become more independent and require less state support as a direct result. And that makes you amazing!
Our volunteers come from all walks of life, with a variety of interests and experiences which they are willing to share. We recognise that volunteers bring extra skills and should be treated as professionals in their own right. Our volunteers are committed, hardworking and reliable and we work just as hard hard to ensure that they feel valued, included and appreciated.FIND OUT MORE
The Aldingbourne Lottery
Playing the Aldingbourne Lottery is the easiest way we know to fundraise, and you get the chance to win £25,000 every week you play! You can even set up a direct debit to play, so once it’s done you’re automatically giving 50p for every £1 you play.
Support our businesses
We strive to create a virtuous circle of support by running social businesses that employ adults with learning disabilities. They make unique, high quality products for you to buy. You get great products and we sustain jobs and provide vital training.
Fundraising challenges & events
Could you run, swim, cycle, golf, walk or even skydive for the Aldingbourne Trust? Check out some ideas for challenges and events you could take part in to raise money and have fun.
Friends of Aldingbourne Trust
Instead of donating directly you can become a Friend of the Aldingbourne Trust. The Friends support the work of the charity across a range of activities. Click to find out more.