YOU can help people with learning disabilities to achieve their dreams:

Brenda: “Go to Buckingham Palace to see and talk with the Queen.”
Sue: “Play tennis.”
Patrick: “I like to see a big wrestling match!"
Becky: "I would like to go under the sea, do scuba diving.”
Margaret: “I would love to be a zookeeper, I love animals.”
Peter: “Paint with a famous painter.”
Stevie: “Play football with my captain John Terry, I love Chelsea.”
Lucy: "I would like to be a make-up artist.”
Loretta: “I would like to be a famous singer like Rhianna.”
Steven: “I would like to dance with Kylie Minogue.”
Betty: “I would like to have a passport and go to Spain.”
Tina: “I would like to be a soap star and act in EastEnders.”
Tab: “I would like to work in a circus.”
Mario: “I would like to be a gardener.”


Give a one off donation or set up a regular gift using your payment card here.



Call Lynn Stevens, Fundraising Manager on 01273 222043 to donate by credit or debit card.


Fill out a Donation Form with your payment details, or simply write a cheque made payable to Grace Eyre, and post it to Grace Eyre, 36 Montefiore Road, Brighton and Hove, BN3 6EP.


You can text our special donation number from any phone network. There are no extra charges, you’ll just see the cost of your donation added to your phone bill. 

Text EYRE11 £2 / £5 / £10 to 70070 to donate now eg. EYRE11£10


Instead of donating, choose to fundraise with your family and friends, colleagues and neighbours – it’s a fun way of helping others. Don’t be daunted! Our team can support you all the way. Get ideas and find out more.

Have questions or need help?

Just get in touch with Lynn Stevens, Fundraising Manager, on 01273 222043 or email [email protected]

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Grace Eyre is small enough to be personal but big enough to make a difference. We promise to use your donation wisely. We are members of the Institute of Fundraising and we are regulated by the Fundraising Regulator.

See the difference you can make

Personal stories of the change in the lives of people with learning disabilities. Be inspired.