Mainstay DRP continuously fundraises in order to maintain the high quality of care and support we offer to people with autism or a learning disability, their families and carers.
Fundraising within the community is carried out in various ways such as sporting and music events, bag packing at local supermarkets or flag days.
The charity is always looking for new volunteers to help make a real difference. Through volunteering, you can learn new skills while having fun meeting new people and making friends.
To enquire about volunteering opportunities, get in touch via the Contact page on our website or give us a call on 028 44 617184.
Leaving a Legacy
Leave a legacy after you die by including Mainstay DRP in your will and helping the charity to support adults with a learning disability in the Co Down area.
If you decide to remember the ongoing work of Mainstay DRP in your will, or name the charity as one of the beneficiaries of a trust you create, your gift would be received with extreme gratitude.
Your gift, whatever the size, can make a real difference to the lives of those with a learning disability.
Gifts In Memory
Making a donation in memory of a loved one is a positive way of commemorating a life, while helping us support adults with a learning disability in the our local area. Many friends and family have told Mainstay DRP of how setting up a fund dedicated to the memory of their loved one allowed them to positively focus of helping others during their time of grief.
‘In Memory’ Envelopes are an easy way to organise a special funeral collection to present to the charity. Each envelope contains information on Mainstay DRP, an option to donate by card or cheque and the opportunity to Gift Aid your donation. Family and friends can also include a message in memory of the deceased which the charity will deliver to the family.
To order envelopes, you can send us a message through the Contact Us part of the website, or give us a call on 028 4461 7184.
Regular Monetary Donations
Your regular donation, taken by Standing Order, means we can continue to provide the services and support for people with a learning disability that they deserve. Contact us via the website and request a Standing Order form.