Edwina Mountbatten House is a non profit making charity (CIO No. 1155615), donations help us provide a home from home at minimum cost to our residents. Whether it’s a one-off gift or an expression of ongoing support, our donors’ generosity helps us improve the quality of life of older people in our home.

There are a number of ways in which you can donate to Edwina Mountbatten House:

 >Donating money.

Donations by post We gratefully accept gifts paid by cheque. Please make cheques payable to ‘Edwina Mountbatten House' and send them to the following address: Please include a covering letter mentioning who the gift is from and in whose name or memory or other reason the gift is made.

Mr. D.G. Beaman (Treasurer), C/O Edwina Mountbatten House, Broadwater Road, Romsey, SO51 8GH Alternatively, if you wish to make a one-off donation using your debit or credit card by post, please ask for the form.

If you would like to make a regular gift by setting up a monthly standing order by post, please ask for the form.

GiftAid form: 

**Increasing the amount of your donation at no extra cost** If you are a UK tax payer and want to make a gift, we can claim almost 30% more at no extra cost to you. Download the form here to gift your donation. Please ask for the GiftAid form if you'd like to increase the size of your gift by 30% at no extra cost to you.
>Donate in your will, leaving a legacy.
A legacy is the most tax-effective way of using your money to help future generations of Hampshire folk grow old with dignity, security and independence in Edwina Mountbatten House.

If you have remembered Edwina Mountbatten House in your will, please let us know by completing our legacies form. Any information you provide will be kept in the strictest of confidence.

If you would like to receive a guide as to how to add Edwina Mountbatten House to your will please ask.

Over the past 40 years many people have generously supported Edwina Mountbatten House.  The trustees, staff and residents are most grateful.  As a non-profit organisation, it is hoped that interest and support for the home will continue in the future.