Anything you choose to give is wonderful and we are very grateful! Donations received will go to fund activities in the field: 100% of all other expenses are met by volunteers.

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  • Cheque, GBP Pounds only:
    • payable to ‘RIGUL TRUST’
    • send to: The Rigul Trust, Cottamoor House, Haytor, Newton Abbot, Devon TQ13 9XT
  • Bank Account payments and direct debit
If you would like to maximise the net donation received by the trust after transaction costs, either for one-off or regular donations, we recommend donations are made through to the trust’s bank account: please contact for  details.

giftaid-1If you are a UK taxpayer and you would like your donation to be treated via Gift Aid please fill out the form below and submit. This allows us to claim 25p in every pound from your donation.

You only need to do this once and it will apply to any donations you make in the future or you have made in the past 4 year: however it is your responsibility to inform us if your circumstances change and you are no longer eligible for Gift Aid.

Please send an email to if your circumstances change.

I understand that if I pay less Income and /or Capital Gains Tax than the amount of Gift Aid claimed on all my donations in the relevant tax year, it is my responsibility to pay any difference. I am also giving permission for my details to be retained on the Trust database.

Not sure if you are eligible for Gift Aid?  Click here

If you’d like to leave a legacy in your will go to our legacy page to find out what to do.

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This is an illustration of what your donation is worth:

£5.50 a day will fund Dr Chuga

£35. 00 a day funds 2 hot meals for the school children, the textbooks, the teachers and the cooks salary and general maintenance of buildings

£73.00 a week funds the running costs of the Health Clinic

£316 will pay for the running costs of the clinic for a month


£3,800 will pay for the running costs of the clinic for a whole year

Consultations are free, medicines are paid for in summer when there is work. The winters are severe.