Doncaster Deaf Trust owns Dickson House, a care home for young people who are Deaf/Hearing Impaired and who attend Doncaster School for the Deaf. There is though, an increasing need for this type of facility within Doncaster and we would like to fulfill that need by building a new care home. Of course, to do that means raising the money to make it happen. We have the space within our campus grounds to do it and we have planing permission. What we really need now is your help to make it a reality.

Some children in the UK suffer more when it comes to education and lack of opportunity later in life; children with disabilities and children in care. Children in care who are also disabled are at a massive disadvantage and so we try to level that playing field by providing a loving, caring, safe home whilst at the same time providing a first class education. We've been helping, teaching and supporting Deaf children since 1829, so we're starting to get good at it, but we can do more. Please help us to help others who are little less fortunate.  

How to Help

You can make a direct donation (https://www.deaf-trust.co.uk/Pages/Appeal/Category/donate) or you could make your donation go even further, by donating to our cause via The Big Give. The Big Give is a Charities only crowd funding site, through which its possible to DOUBLE your donation. At this stage TBG are taking pledges of £100 as a minimum, so you could get together with colleagues perhaps and have a collection or persuade the boss that this is a worth cause! We would be forever grateful. Make your corporate donation to: https://secure.thebiggive.org.uk/pledge/doncasterdeaftrust

A massive THANK YOU to The Mount Pleasant Hotel who have once again come up trumps, donating £1,000 towards the cause! Another big Thank you to Horbury Financial Services for their pledge of £150.00.

Individual donations for £3 upwards will be advertised via the Big Give later in the year, but you can still donate as an individual now by using our own Donate button.(https://www.deaf-trust.co.uk/Pages/Appeal/Category/donate) Thank you all so much.