Friends of Access Space

Please Help Access Space Stay Free and Open.

We work with people who represent a huge range of ages, backgrounds, circumstances and levels of education, helping them with creative and technical projects, skills and confidence.

We face challenging times and are working hard to maintain our programme without compromising our ethos.

If you like what we do to help people and the environment, please become a Friend of Access Space and contribute whatever you can.

See below how you can benefit from becoming a friend.

Our favoured way to receive support is by Standing Order, please return the form by email, post or in person. You can also pay through PayPal, MyDonate and by Cheque.

If you represent an organisation that wants to help, or you're considering giving us a larger contribution or bequest, please contact us.
Become a friend by subscribing for just £1 per month or donate £12 for the year.

Become a Supporter by subscribing for £3 per month or donate £36 for the year.

Become a Contributor by subscribing for £10 per month or donate £120 for the year.

Friend Supporter Contributor
Personal invitations to open events
Opportunities to volunteer
Opportunities to feed in your views and ideas
Opportunities to propose projects, events and exhibitions
A regular Friends Network newsletter promoting your news to our network
Priority booking for workshops
An invitation to our annual exclusive Supporters event
Your logo and web link on our website
The opportunity to take part in focus groups and planning events
Discounted access to Access Space's commercial services (web design, event hosting, training courses and more)

Other Ways to Give

Above we've provided some convenient and secure “PayPal” buttons so you can contribute with a credit card online. But maybe you don't use PayPal, so there are other options as well…

Standing Order

To give regularly please Download Our Form.

BT MyDonate

To give us a one-off on-line donation right now.

By Post / In Person

Please Download Our Form or pick one up when you come in.

For more information please contact


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