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Thank you for your support!

Together we can make a difference

Donate today to make a real difference to our Homeless Heroes.

UKH4H are a Charity that does exactly what it says not say's what it does. The money raised has helped us fund individual support and a wide range of projects in a very short time - but we still need your donations, so we can ensure the support will be there for life.

We couldn't provide our vital services without you. Help us make a real difference to the lives of our Homeless Ex Service Personnel.

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By online donation:

Safe and secure way to support online with JustGiving

Even better would be a monthly donation!

By phone:
Please call our supporter services team on 0207 237 6363.

By cheque:

Please make cheques payable to: 'UK Homes 4 Heroes'

Address: UK Homes 4 Heroes,

Unit 4 Oyster Bay, St Augustines Business Park, Whitstable Kent CT5 2FF

Gift Aid:

Find out more about Gift Aid by reading the HMRC's full guidelines here.

Funeral Collections:

Asking friends and family to donate to UK Homes 4 Heroes Pride & Passion is a lasting and meaningful way to remember your loved one. If you would like to support us through a collection at a funeral or memorial service, many funeral directors will be able to arrange this for you and forward the donations to: 'UK Homes 4 Heroes, 

Unit 4 Oyster Bay, St Augustines Business Park, Whitstable Kent CT5 2FF

FREE Charity Will 

How do I remember UK Homes 4 Heroes Pride & Passion Charity in my Will?


We recommend that you use a solicitor to have your Will drafted or updated. The cost is relatively modest, and a properly drafted Will means that your wishes will be honoured, thereby minimising the potential for disputes and a potential drain on the value of your estate.


Choose the type of gift:


Including a gift in your Will, or legacy, is very straightforward.  First you need to decide what type of gift you would like to leave – a residuary or cash gift - and ensure you have the correct wording to use for each.


Updating an existing Will:


Unless the change you are making is very straightforward we recommend that you consult your solicitor and consider having your Will redrafted. But you may decide to update your Will using a codicil instead.

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