eBay for Charity

and how to donate to us


Now that we are registered with eBay for Charity & PayPal Giving Fund anybody who would like to help us out with a donation can do so via eBay or PayPal, even if you haven’t got a PayPal account.

We get 100% of your donation via this method – and if you add Gift Aid we get an extra 25p for every £1 you donate!

 You can

  • Make a one-off donation online
  • Donate a percentage of your final selling price when selling things on eBay
  • Make a donation when paying for things bought on eBay

Note about Gift Aid:

To add Gift Aid to your donations:
1. Go to the Gift Aid page in your eBay Account
2. Tick the box and fill in the details boxes (names, address,) then click the submit button.

One-Off Donations

To make a donation to us at any time via PayPal Giving simply follow this link and choose how much you’d like to donate. You can donate via PayPal or Credit/Debit card. Choose “Check Out as a Guest” if you don’t have a PayPal account.

Donate via Selling Price

When selling items on eBay you can donate a percentage of your final selling price to us. Read more here.

Donate via Checkout

When paying for items you have bought on eBay you can make a donation at Checkout. To have Headway Arts appear at Checkout you can add us to your ‘My Favourite Charities‘ list via this link.

Add Headway Arts to your Favourite Charities:

1. Sign in to eBay
2. Go to My Favourite Charities page in your Account
3. Type Headway Arts in the search box & click the search button
4. To the right of the Headway Arts listing click the Add to Favourites button

You can read up on it all here: http://pages.ebay.co.uk/ebayforcharity/otherways.html

We gratefully acknowledge the generous support of all our funders which currently includes:

  • Arts Council England
  • Blyth Town Council
  • Community Foundation
  • Edward Gostling Foundation – RW Mann Trust – Shears Foundation
  • Erasmus+
  • Great Northumberland
  • Hadrian Trust – High Sheriff of Northumberland – Rothley Trust
  • Heritage Fund
  • National Lottery Community Fund
  • Northumberland County Council
  • Postcode Community Trust
  • Sir James Knott Trust
  • The 1989 Willan Trust – Wellesley Trust
  • the Coalfields Regeneration Trust