A wonderful way to support Stanley Grange and our community of adults with learning disabilities is to organise a fundraising event with friends, family or co-workers. 

‘Stanley Grange is Helen’s forever home, a place where she knows everyone, and everyone knows her. We support the fundraising efforts because we are building something special, not just for Helen but for all the other residents who live there. When we hit a new fundraising target and get to see the impact of everyone’s work there is a sense of pride in what we have achieved.’ – Pat and David

Fundraising in your Community
From online quiz nights, to taking part in sporting events. From bucket collections to donating partial proceeds from product sales there are lots of fundraising ideas out there. Let us know if you are planning to organise a fundraiser for Stanley Grange, so we can find ways to support and promote your activities.

Click here to tell us more about your fundraising idea.

Celebrating a Special Event?
Tribute gifts can also be made to Stanley Grange Community Association in a number of thoughtful ways: in honour of someone you care about; in memory of a loved one, or in recognition of a special occasion such as a birthday, anniversary, wedding, or any other special occasion.

Click here to make a donation and tell us more about what inspired your gift.

Buying from The Garden Centre
You can also donate to support the work of Stanley Grange by visiting our Garden Centre, currently there is a small market stall just outside with an honesty box, but when Covid-19 restrictions are lifted you can visit us on site at the Garden Centre and get the meet the residents who work hard at caring for the plants.

As a small volunteer-led organisation 100% of your donations directly impact the lives of our residents. If you have raised money for Stanley Grange and would like to arrange a BACS transfer or send a cheque, please contact our Operations and Project Coordinator on or you can also post information and cheques to: 

Stanley Grange Community Association
Roach Road