Registered Charity No. 1142919
Phone: 0121 788 1087 or 0798 551 1062 Email:


Donate to Entraide

As a small charity, we don’t receive any funding from the government. We constantly rely on support from individuals to help fund our work and this does make a real difference in changing the lives of refugees and asylum seekers in the UK as well as disadvantaged people we support in Africa.

Entraide has a number of projects through which people can help refugees and asylum seekers in the West  Midlands or, if you prefer, people affected by poverty, inequality, injustice and conflict in Africa.

If you think you can help, then there are various ways in which you can donate to Entraide:

Donate online

It is possible to give to Entraide online using your credit or debit card. You can do this securely through the following pages:

  • Localgiving                                                            


  • Crowdfunder                                                                                                         

  Donate Crowd                                                     

You can also support whlist you are shopping online:


By Post

We understand that some people prefer to send a cheque or a postal order. If this is the case, then please make your cheque or postal order payable to “ENTRAIDE” and send it to:

Chelmsley Wood Baptist Church Centre
Hedingham Grove, Chelmsley Wood
B37 7TP
United Kingdom

Cash deposit or BACS transfer

Donations can be deposited into our Bank Account. Please contact us to request our Bank details.

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Standing Order

Best of all, you can set up a Standing Order – this is the most effective and efficient way for us. You can set up a standing order with your bank. If this is your preferred option, then please contact us to request our bank details.

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Don’t Forget to Gift Aid it!

If you are a UK taxpayer, please make sure that you use Gift Aid when you give, to make your gift worth even more. For every pound you donate, Entraide can claim 25p from the Chancellor – so signing up can make a real difference.