How you make an impact
Your generous donation to Magic Breakfast will make a profound impact on the lives of children and young people facing morning hunger and food insecurity. By providing a nutritious breakfast, you’re not only nourishing their bodies but also nourishing their potential. You ensure that they feel included, equal, and ready to learn.
Weeks of breakfasts to a child
Children given fuel for learning for one month
Children supported with nutritious breakfasts for one school year
Schools supported with a week of breakfasts for every child who needs them
Other ways to donate
We want to make it as easy as possible to give and see the difference you make to children and young people. You can give in lots of ways as well as donating online. If you have further questions, get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
You can make your gift over the phone by calling 020 7836 5434. Our phone lines are open 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday.
If you’d like to give by text, you can text MAGICB to 70460 to donate £10.
Texts will cost the donation amount plus one standard network rate message, and you’ll be opting into hearing more from us. If you would like to donate but don’t wish to hear more from us, please text MAGICBNOINFO instead.
You can send your donation for free to the address below. Please send along with our donation form to enable us to claim Gift Aid.
Freepost Plus RUEG–USEK–ABHY
42-46 Princelet Street
When you opt into Gift Aid, we can claim an extra 25p for every pound you give – at no cost to you! If your Gift Aid status has changed or you forgot to opt in, you can fill in our Gift Aid form and send it to email@example.com to help us to claim.
Teacher at Magic Breakfast School
Other ways to support
There are many meaningful ways to support Magic Breakfast.
- Take on a challenge event or collect donations from guests at a special occasion
- Leave a legacy gift using our free Wills service
- Make a gift in memory of a loved one or join us in campaigning to end child morning hunger for good.
Help level the playing field
As we see children fall behind their wealthier peers, we need to act quickly before the damage is done, before all their potential is lost. Will you help children and young people get the best possible start in life?