Bishop Creighton House has changed its operating name to The Creighton Centre with effect from June 2023.


A small charity with a big impact


Join us in helping local disadvantaged people

Whether it is for someone who is older and lonely, someone who has a learning, mental health or physical disability or perhaps a low income family with children under 5 years of age — you can join us to help them.

Make a Donation Online

Click the button below to go to the Charities Aid Foundation secure donation page and follow the instructions:

Click to Donate

We can make your donation go further if you fill in the Gift Aid form or if you follow the instructions with the Charities Aid Foundation or Just Giving. If you are a UK tax payer this means we can reclaim tax on your donation - 25p for every £1 you give – which really boosts your donation to us.


Make a Donation by Text

You can donate to our charity by texting BCHS07 followed by the amount you wish to donate, to 70070.

You can donate £1, £2, £3, £4, £5 or £10.

As an example: to donate £5, you would text the following to 70070: BCHS07 £5

100% of the money you donate goes to us. You may be charged for your text message. Please refer to your network operator’s standard rates. If you are with Vodaphone your text should be free.

If you'd like to claim Gift Aid on your gift which boosts your donation to us, just follow the instructions in the reply text from Just Giving.

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Donate with JustGiving

You can set up your own JustGiving page to donate to us for example if you would like to do this in memory of a family member or friend whom either we have helped or who was a volunteer for us, and who has died. Just click on the button below where you can log into or set up a simple JustGiving page to donate to us.

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Keep in touch with us

If you’d like to keep in touch with us about the work we do please email us on which area you would like to hear updates on a) older people b) people with learning or mental health issues and/or c) young families with children under 5