Milestones Trust

Small change leads
to big changes

Donations & fundraising

How to donate

Whether a bake sale, a skydive or a 10k run, if you wish to organise your own fundraiser or wish to donate the money you have raised to Milestones Trust, please contact us by calling 0117 970 9300 or emailing

You can also leave a gift to us in your will, known as a legacy, through our partnership with Bequeathed, a free online will-writing service. Find out more here:

Get in touch with us today to see how you can make a difference or click on the button below to donate!



The money you raise through fundraising or the donations you make are vital for our work. It allows us to adapt our homes for the changing needs of the people we support. It allows us to make our outside spaces accessible. And it gives the people we work with opportunities to try and do new things. Things that we might take for granted, like going on holiday. We also invest funds in assistive technology and adapted equipment to help people retain independence and control of their own lives.

And it’s not just money that makes a difference, you can also give us your time by becoming a volunteer.


Success Stories

Charity Partnership with Royds Withy King

We’re delighted to announce that Royds Withy King, a local firm of solicitors has chosen Milestones Trust as their Charity Partner in Bristol. It was kicked off with a generous donation which they requested went towards our accessible cycling scheme, Warmley Wheelers.

Read the full story here 


Stepping Forward Sponsored Walk

The rain didn’t stop the staff and service users from Stepping Forward South Gloucestershire from raising an impressive £1,233.22 towards their new van.

Their sponsored walk took them from Blaise Castle to Coombe Dingle and then back again and took place in August 2017.

Read the full story 


With a very generous donation of £36,714, left in memory of a resident at Graeme Close, everyone at the home can now enjoy a renovated training kitchen, a new Parker bath and a walk-in shower on the ground floor.

It was a very generous donation; the donor had stated that he had appreciated the care that was given to his relative.

Elva, Home Manager