Make a donation

and change the lives of vulnerable children, adults and veterans across Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex

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The Matthew Project directly supports an average of 1,200 people per year. This includes:

Under-19s misusing substances and those affected by substance misuse of parents or carers with 1-2-1 support through our Unity service

Norfolk-based school children provided with education and awareness-raising around drug/alcohol misuse through our Youth & Families service

16-24 year olds facing barriers to work receiving a combination of one-to-one coaching and employability support through our On Track service

Adults in recovery from addiction enrolled on our Recovery Support Programme provided with group recovery and employability support at our Next Steps centre 

Veterans, serving personnel, and dependants affected by substance misuse and/or PTSD receiving one-to-one support, group support, and/or counselling from our Outside The Wire service

Additional ad hoc services such as Early Interventions or our social prescribing and life coaching programmes

Whatever you can afford, every penny counts in the battle against alcohol and drug misuse

Donate by cheque

All cheques should be made payable to ‘The Matthew Project’. Post to us at: 70-80 Oak Street, Norwich, Norfolk, NR3 3AQ. Send us a cheque with a note to let us know who and where the donation is from.

Create a weekly, monthly, quarterly or annual payment to support our work

Make a BACs transfer

If you would prefer to donate by sending funds from your bank to our Lloyds account please use account number 00986300 and sort code 30 96 17 and use your name as a reference

Scroll over the amounts below to see how your donation could be used


Refreshments and games at one of our Hangout youth group sessions for young people affected by the substance misuse of a parent or carer


A one hour counselling session for a veteran with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder or issues with substance misuse


Equipment for adults to use at a Recovery Support Programme class. For example clay, paint, tools, or cooking ingredients


Funding for our school drug and alcohol education sessions, life coaching, one to one support and new wellbeing programme


A hot meal for a homeless client attending a one to one patient client meeting


Eight sessions of one to one counselling for two young people struggling with substance misuse issues from our Unity service 

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