National Helpline

Call us:

0300 302 3731


0208 538 3731

Walk in SEN advice centres

Click here for details and locations.


No surprises that we welcome them!  Indeed we do! Running a Helpline and advice centres, going to meetings and Tribunals, providing documents and clerical back-up and updating the website does not come free for us even though our volunteers help keep costs to a minimum.  There are always expenses.

We are very grateful to the kind and generous people who do donate to SOS!SEN and are always happy to receive more financial support.  It will be wisely spent.

If you would like to donate to SOS!SEN on a regular basis do please contact our Treasurer.

You can make a donation at any time by sending a cheque made payable to SOS Special Educational Needs to:-
Treasurer, SOS!SEN, Fontenay, 11a Creek Road, East Molesey, Surrey. KT8 9BE

Alternatively, you may like to make your donation through the Gift Aid scheme, either as a one off donation or a gift aid donation through past, present and future donations.

What is Gift Aid?

Gift Aid is a government run scheme which allows charities to reclaim a percentage of tax from their donations. If you are a U.K. taxpayer you can opt for a proportion of your paid taxes to be transferred to a charity at no extra cost to you! By clicking on Gift Aid, for every £1 you donate to charity the government will top up that charity’s donations with an extra 25p.

Whether you want to use Gift Aid just this once or whether you want past, present and future donations to be Gift Aided, please fill out the relevant form below to verify your status as a U.K. taxpayer. Currently £1 billion of tax are gifted to the voluntary sector through Gift Aid, however £2.3 billion of donations aren’t being claimed for Gift Aid.

Filling out the form doesn’t take long and the addition of Gift Aid to charities like us, makes a big difference to our funding and allows for donations to go a lot further.  

Please download the forms and send to the address above.

Gift Aid Single Donation Form

Gift Aid Past, Present and Future Donations


  You can donate using Virgin moneygiving. Just click on the image below to help us keep our helpline and advice centres free.


Make a donation using Virgin Money Giving



Donate by mobile phone



Text will cost £10 plus standard network charge for text message.


You can also donate via PayPal.

Please click the following link:-




An Appeal to Help SOS!SEN survive


  • Coronavirus has had a devastating impact on our fundraising, since we are unable to hold workshops, or any fundraising events
  • Our Charity Shops have been closed
  • So we are asking for donations to help support our operation, so that we are still a functioning charity when the current crisis is over
  • We are asked to help families everyday and so we have created a number methods that allow us to do this safely and remotely
  • When the current lockdown is lifted, it will take some time to return to 'normal' and we are expecting a huge demand of our services
  • Help us to survive this difficult time


Make a Donation and it won't cost you a penny

If you shop online there’s now an easy and free way for you to support SOS! Special Educational Needs.

Buy products and services on the easyfundraising website from the UK’s leading high street brands and give to SOS!SEN at no extra cost to yourself.

From hundreds of major well-known brands such as John Lewis, Boots, Amazon, Thomas Cook and BT, you can book annual holidays, buy clothes and order your weekly groceries and more.

All you need to do is use the links provided on the easyfundraising site whenever you shop online and they will donate a percentage of every purchase you make. It's that simple!

It's as easy as 1-2-3:

1. Join
Go to and register for free.

2. Shop
Once you have registered, use the links on the easyfundraising site to go to your favourite online shops and shop in the usual way.

3. Collect
After you’ve checked out, that retailer will make a donation on your behalf for no extra cost to you whatsoever!

If you shop at Amazon why not have them make a donation