Get Involved

There are many ways in which you can help us bring Horatio’s Garden to more spinal injury centres throughout the UK.

Anything that you can do would be really appreciated by us all. Could you contribute to a plant sale, compete in a sponsored challenge, hold a tea party in your garden or go busking?

Supporters have used all sorts of fun ways to raise funds – please do join us!

See what some of our enterprising fundraisers have done by visiting our events page! You can set up a simple fundraising website here.

If you would like help with organising a fundraising event or have ideas your would like to discuss, please do contact us on


Please click below to make a donation to Horatio's Garden. You can choose to donate to a specific garden or to the charity's general fund. Each garden is run as a restricted fund and any money donated to that garden will only be used for that specific purpose.



Volunteers are vital to Horatio's Garden. We welcome volunteers to bring their skills to the charity. There are opportunities to work in the garden projects and also to help with fundraising and administration.

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Become a Friend

A small monthly donation will help to create new gardens, care for existing gardens and run activities for patients with spinal injuries. Please email your name and postal address to and we’ll send you a friend form. Thank you so much for your support.

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If you are thinking of participating in a challenge event or holding your own event to raise funds please let us know about your ideas. We would be delighted to support your venture and can provide fundraising support packs tailored to your event.

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Browse our range of bespoke products made by talented designers and artists especially for the charity. You can shop online, from the gardens, or at any of our events.

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We welcome support from companies to sponsor particular events, specific items in the gardens or underwrite the costs of particular events and activities for patients.

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