How do I pay in the money I have raised?

If you have raised money online through a fundraising page your money will automatically come to WWTW. However if you raised money offline you can send your donations to WWTW by:

Bank Transfer – You can transfer your money directly to the  WWTW bank account: Barclays, Sort Code 20-30-81, Account No. 33616436. Please put your name/event as your reference

By Post – Please make cheques payable to Walking With The Wounded and send it back to us at: Walking With The Wounded, Unit 5, Stody Hall Barns, Stody Melton Constable Norfolk NR24 2ED

By Phone – To donate via phone using a debit or credit card please call us at: 01263 863 902. 

Gift Aid

Gift Aid increases the value of your donation by up to 25% at noextra cost to you by allowing the charities to claim back the tax from Inland Revenue on all donations. For more information on Gift Aid visit:

  • You must be a UK tax payer. To Gift Aid, you must pay an amount of income tax and/or capital gains tax at least equal to the amount of tax that all the charities and Amateur Sports Clubs you give to will reclaim on your Gift Aid donations in the same tax year; this also applies if you pay tax on your savings, pension plan or investment income. Other taxes such as Council Tax and VAT do not count for this purpose.
  • You can only claim Gift Aid on a personal donation, not on behalf of a group, a public collection or on behalf of someone else.
  • You must complete a valid Gift Aid declaration



To Gift Aid your donation

We just need you to complete a Gift Aid declaration, which will cover your future donations and all the donations you have made for the past four years.

  • Make a single donation online and add Gift Aid.
  • Download the Donation and Gift Aid form and return to: Walking With The Wounded, Stody Hall Barns, Stody, Melton Constable, Norfolk NR24 2ED
  • Call our Fundraising Team on 01263 863 901  



As a nation, we need to support our soldiers when they return to normal life. Walking with the wounded supports these veterans back into work.