Make a Donation
We welcome gifts of all sizes. They all make a difference.
If you are considering a gift of over £15,000, please visit our major gifts page for more information.
Ways to donate
Donate by cheque - please make cheques payable to The Mayor’s Fund for London and send it to Liz Reid, City Hall, More London, London SE1 2AA. Are you a UK taxpayer? You can increase the value of your gift by 25% at no extra cost to you through Gift Aid. Please download this form, complete it and return it to us along with your cheque.
Donate by text - text TMFL 11£10 to 70070 to donate £10.
Give using your mobile – download the Give on the mobile app.
Make a regular monthly donation - these are helpful as we are able to predict income and plan spending accordingly. Please contact us to set this up.
Give as you earn – if your company operates a GAYE scheme, sign up to it and chose us as beneficiary.
Dine at Roast - Roast restaurant, situated in Borough Market, serves up mouth watering treats in beautiful surroundings. When making a reservation, ask for the Mayor’s Fund for London table. All profits from the table are donated to us.
Donate via Amazon - if you are ordering via Amazon, use our link and Amazon will donate 5% of your total order to us at no extra cost to you. Don’t forget to bookmark the page. Shop at Amazon.co.uk!
Your charity of choice - if you are hosting an event and would like to fundraise, choose us.
Come to a fundraising event – throughout the year there are events that fundraise for us. Come along to the event and bring friends and colleagues.
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Magic Breakfast delivers free, healthy breakfast to primary schools with more than 50% free school meals. Hunger is a barrier to eduction and giving these children a good start to their day is critical to ensuring they reach their full potential at school.Magic Breakfast
Tech City Stars will equip 125 youngsters local to the Old St area with a digital apprenticeship and City & Guilds NVQ bespoke to the industry.Tech City Stars
Inspiring Reading places volunteers into schools to support children who are struggling with their reading. Inspring these children to read is critical element in our fight against child poverty in London.Inspiring Reading
Keeping children safe … It is well known that if children do not feel safe, they cannot learn to their full potential. The missdorothy.com programme educates children aged 7-11 on how to keep safe and manage the risks they may face at school, home,...Miss Dorothy
Connecting young people to real jobs … London offers many opportunities for young people to explore their talents and unlock their potential. However, existing provision for training and careers advice remains largely disconnected from employers...Young London Working
Positive role models … City Year London deploys diverse teams of 18-25 year old volunteers (known as corps members) into schools, to perform in-school and after-school programmes and to undertake civic engagement initiatives. Corps members serve...City Year
Prospects, not problems … The Place2Be is a school-based counseling service, dedicated to improving the emotional wellbeing of children, their families and the whole school community. Children today have all sorts of worries from friendships...The Place2Be Shoreditch Hub
Using sport to teach life skills … Working with young people aged 8-19 years old to help them engage in the schooling system and achieve their academic potential via a structured sports engagement programme using dance and table tennis. Delivered...Playing To Win