Donate to SLA
The generous support of our donors enables our impact in India.
We welcome all donations, whether monthly or single donations. SLA could not have had the impact it has had over almost 20 years, or continue its transformative work, without the much-appreciated support of our fantastic donors and champions.
‘Regular giving’ is hugely valued by us as a charity, as it provides a steady and predictable source of funding, allowing us to plan for the future with our partner projects. We are very fortunate to have regular donors who have set up regular direct debits to SLA.
You can easily make a single donation using our online shop. The transaction is secure, and you can choose how much you’d like to donate.
You can also make one-off donations directly into the SLA Account by bank transfer or at any branch of Bank of Scotland. Please contact us on 0131 629 9112 or email email@example.com and we can provide the necessary information. Please also let us know the date and amount of your donation so we can acknowledge and appreciate it’s source.
To send a donation via cheque or a postal order, please download the donation form, complete it and post with the cheque or postal order to the SLA office at: Scottish Love in Action, Greyfriars Charteris Centre, 138-140 The Pleasance, Edinburgh, EH8 9RR.
Donations can also be made by telephone, by calling the SLA Office on 0131 629 9112.
When making any donation, please state that you give permission for Gift Aid, or tick the ‘Gift Aid’ box on the donation form.
Gift Aid is a great way of maximising donations, at no cost to the person making the donation. SLA can reclaim Gift Aid on any donation made to us by UK taxpayers. The UK government will give Scottish Love in Action 25p for every pound donated, at no cost to donors. If you state as above that you give permission for Gift Aid, we can tap into this brilliant way of making the most of each and every penny donated to us.
India has the highest number of child labourers aged 6-14 years in the world. Child labour in India exceeds 90 million, excluding children in domestic labour