The Oddfellows’ Coronavirus Emergency Appeal

If you are vulnerable and need help, it is vital that someone's there for you, especially during a time of national crisis. The Oddfellows has launched its Coronavirus Emergency Appeal, in support of The Silver Line and the National Emergencies Trust.

The Society, alongside its national network of Branches, is fundraising to support the incredible work of The Silver Line, whose free, round-the-clock helpline and befriending services are currently under a considerable amount of pressure. With older people among those hardest hit by the pandemic, it’s never been more important for its teams to be there as a listening ear. Find out more about The Silver Line.

We are also backing the National Emergencies Trust’s Coronavirus Appeal, which is raising money to help keep numerous grassroot organisations and charities going, and to keep providing critical support during this crisis. Find out more about the Trust’s Coronavirus Appeal.

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Our current fundraising total

Every penny of money made through the Oddfellows' Coronavirus Emergency Appeal will be divided equally between The Silver Line and the National Emergencies Trust.

Our appeal total, as of 21 May 2020, stands at £10,765.

How to make a donation

We welcome financial contributions from anyone in a position to do so. We will be taking donations up until the end of Monday 8 June.

Donating by bank transfer – please contact our Finance team by calling 0161 832 9361, or by emailing kim.longworth@oddfellows.co.uk. We can provide you with details on how to make a bank transfer.

Donating by cheque – please make your cheque payable to 'The Oddfellows' and post it to the following address:

The Oddfellows’ Coronavirus Emergency Appeal
c/o The Oddfellows
Oddfellows House
184-186 Deansgate
Manchester M3 3WB.

Donating online – unfortunately we are unable to take donations in this way.

Thank you for any support you can give.

Funding life-changing medical research, supporting the RNLI and raising money for many local good causes are just some of the ways in which the Oddfellows tries to make a real difference to people's lives. Read more about how we give back.