Donate today and make a positive difference to people’s lives.


The impact of poor mental health can be as great and as life-threatening as any physical ailment. Participants often tell us how The Cart Shed has enhanced, and in some instances, saved their lives. The Cart Shed helps them to gain confidence, learn skills and improve their mental health in the peaceful atmosphere of the woods. By supporting The Cart Shed you will enable this valuable and much-needed initiative to thrive.


You can donate online, by post or by BAC's. 

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Donate online

We use KindLink for online donations. KindLink doesn’t make a profit from what they do, but they do need to charge a small platform fee payment fee to process Gift Aid donations. If you are not a UK taxpayer, you may prefer to pay the donation directly into our bank account so we can put all your money to good use.

To make a donation via our KindLink page by please click the button below

Donate by post

You can send a cheque made payable to The Cart Shed Charity and posting to us at The Cart Shed, Devereux Wootton, Norton Canon, Herefordshire, HR4 8QN.

Alternatively, if you would like to discuss a potential donation in more detail and find out more about how your donation might be used please contact Katie Eastaugh, CEO at


Donate by BACS

To make a donation directly to our bank account, our account details  are:

Account name: The Cart Shed Charity

Account number: 28466560

Sort code: 30-94-99

Voluntary Contributions

All our courses are fully funded but we ask all those who participate to consider making a donation to The Cart Shed charity. The average cost of a day at The Cart Shed is £100. This includes transport, access to qualified occupational therapists and other health care professionals, skilled crafts tutors and a host of activities including coppicing, coppice crafts, horticulture and basket making.

Voluntary contributions help us with our overheads so that we can keep our courses going. 



On the 3rd of April, David is running the Manchester Marathon to raise funds to replace The Cart Shed’s VERY chilly and leaky shipping container office with a new log cabin style building. This wonderful new office will be in memory of David's daughter Philly. Please click below to support David and help us get going with our new building so that we can continue to provide our transforming courses. Thank you!

A marathon run to help build

The Cart Shed a new office!


Michelle is taking on the incredible challenge of walking 870 miles (which is equivalent to the distance around the Welsh Coastal Path) to raise funds for The Cart Shed and the work we do to support the Armed Forces and people's mental health needs.

Michelle Ward's End2End Welsh Coastal Path Walk

Our Funders

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