This is your chance to help us do more!

Haig Housing is proud to have served the British Veteran community for over 100 years. As the leading housing provider for ex-Service personnel in the UK, the charity now owns over 1,500 properties across 50 locations. The Trust endeavours to help any Veteran in housing need, whether they are transitioning into civilian life or are simply in need of a helping hand. With more people needing this service we are building new homes to help with the demand. Every Pound donated allows us to help more Veterans. Please see below the variety of ways you can donate.

Make a donation to Haig Housing Trust Here

Every donation helps us to provide adapted housing for Service and ex-Service people in serious need due to injuries and disabilities. If you are a UK taxpayer, you can Gift Aid your donation and help even more – we can reclaim 25% tax on the amount you’ve given. Please download a Gift Aid Form. If you’d like to do your bit to help, here’s how:

Give online

If you would like to donate online, make a payment through PayPal.

Online banking

You can also make a donation straight to Haig Housing Trust through your own online banking using the following details:

Account Name: Haig Housing Trust Fundraising
Sort code: 20-67-59
Account no: 03345440

Barclays Bank plc, 50 Pall Mall, London, SW1A 1QA

Donate by standing order

Regular donations are our life blood and help provide a regular income to support our work of housing Veterans in need.

If you would like to donate by standing order please call: 020 8685 5777

or email:

Give by post

Send your donation to Haig Housing Trust at:

Alban Dobson House

Green Lane

Morden SM4 5NS

Cheques should be made payable to Haig Housing Trust

Please include a Gift Aid Form which you can download here.

Give a gift in your Will

Leaving us a legacy in your will means passing on the gift of a better quality of life for injured Service and ex-Service people. Anyone over 18 can make a Will. You can bequeath a specific amount of money or what remains of your estate after you’ve looked after family and friends.

If you’d like to leave a legacy, please call 020 8685 5787 (Mon-Fri 9am – 5pm)

or email:

Our Fundraising Promise

Haig Housing Trust is a registered with the Fundraising Regulator and pays an annual levy. The following promise outlines the commitment made to donors and the public by fundraising organisations that have registered with the Fundraising Regulator. Those who register with the regulator agree to ensure their fundraising is legal, open, honest and respectful. The standards for fundraising are set out in the Code of Fundraising Practice which can be found here


• We will adhere to the Code of Fundraising Practice.

• We will monitor fundraisers, volunteers and third parties working with us to raise funds, to ensure that they comply with the Code of Fundraising Practice and with this Promise.

• We will comply with the law as it applies to charities and fundraising.

• We will display the Fundraising Regulator badge on our fundraising material to show we are committed to good practice.


• We will tell the truth and we will not exaggerate.

• We will do what we say we are going to do with donations we receive.

• We will be clear about who we are and what we do.

• We will give a clear explanation of how you can make a gift and change a regular donation.

• Where we ask a third party to fundraise on our behalf, we will make this relationship and the financial arrangement transparent.

• We will be able to explain our fundraising costs and show how they are in the best interests of our cause if challenged.

• We will ensure our complaints process is clear and easily accessible. A copy can be found on this website under Contact Us.

• We will provide clear and evidence based reasons for our decisions on complaints.


• We will respect your rights and privacy.

• We will not put undue pressure on you to make a gift. If you do not want to give or wish to cease giving, we will respect your decision.

• We will have a procedure for dealing with people in vulnerable circumstances and it will be available on request.

• Where the law requires, we will get your consent before we contact you to fundraise.

• If you tell us that you don’t want us to contact you in a particular way we will not do so. We will work with the Telephone, Mail and Fundraising Preference Services to ensure that those who choose not to receive specific types of
communication don’t have to.


• We will treat donors and the public fairly, showing sensitivity and adapting our approach depending on your needs.

• We will take care not to use any images or words that intentionally cause distress or anxiety.

• We will take care not to cause nuisance or disruption to the public.


• We will manage our resources responsibly and consider the impact of our fundraising on our donors, supporters and the wider public.

• If you are unhappy with anything we’ve done whilst fundraising, you can contact us to make a complaint. We will listen to feedback and respond appropriately to compliments and criticism we receive.

• We have a complaints procedure, a copy of which will be available on our website under Contact Us or that we can send to you on request.

• Our complaints procedure lets you know how to contact the Fundraising Regulator in the event that you feel our response is unsatisfactory.

• We will monitor and record the number of complaints we receive each year and share this data with the Fundraising Regulator on request.