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GET INVOLVED

There are many ways that you can get involved to help us. Whether it's making a donation, helping us to fundraise or volunteering your time, any gesture can help us to support local carers living in the Isle of Man. 


Make a Donation

Single and regular donations can make a huge difference! If you would like to donate please click here.


Fundraising

Hold your own fundraiser to raise money for Crossroads! There are lots of different ideas for raising money, and we have put together some tips and tricks here. We also have a fundraising pack to help you get started, so please get in touch if you would like your own pack.


Join our 100 Club

Our 100 Club is a great way to help us raise money whilst being in with a chance of winning a monthly cash prize. Simply complete our membership form and send it back to us and we can get you signed up.


Volunteer

Crossroads relies on volunteers in our charity shops and fundraising events. You can find out more about volunteering for us here


Leave a Gift in Your Will

If you are inspired by the work we do then you might consider leaving a legacy to Crossroads. For more information please visit our Gift in Your Will page


In Memory Giving

When remembering a loved one you could ask for donations to be given in lieu of flowers or ask friends and family to make a donation in their memory. 


Donate Unwanted Items

Our charity shops rely on donations, so if you have any unwanted or unused items, clothing or furniture we appreciate any donations! You can drop your items off at any of our shops and we can resell them. For more information please get in touch with our charity shops team.


Social Enterprise

JustGiving

You could set up your own JustGiving page and link it to Crossroads or you can make a donation via our own JustGiving page


Donate whilst Shopping Online

Help us raise funds whilst you shop! Shops including Tesco, Marks & Spencer, Amazon and Next all allow you to make a donation when you shop online. Visit our easyfundraising or TheGivingMachine pages to sign up. 


You can also check out our resources, where you will find fact sheets about carers, and other documents that you may find useful. 

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