Donating to HILS

As a charitable social enterprise, we trade to do good and support people. We reinvest any surplus into helping our clients and expanding our services.

We also like to give our clients small gifts throughout the year, to make them feel special and cared about. We need your help to keep doing so; without kind donations, this would not be possible.

You can make a difference by clicking to donate here or by purchasing our 2018 Calendar at a small suggested donation cost.

Calendars for purchase

Our 2018 calendars are available for purchase, at a suggested small donation cost of £2.50 each plus £3.99 postage and packing.

The suggested donation cost covers print, design, and postage and packaging costs. Calendars are available to purchase via telephone only; limited stocks available.


  • Call: 01462 887183
  • Phone will be manned during office hours on weekdays
  • Payment must be taken up front over telephone
  • We will post orders out to the specified address

View the beautiful photography featured in our 2018 Calendar, in our Facebook album by clicking here.

“You can help now by giving to our campaign! Our 2018 Calendars are bringing the beautiful Hertfordshire countryside to our home bound clients. When you purchase a calendar, you will instantly help support the work of our experts in meals on wheels, and preventative community based nutrition and dietetics interventions.”

About our 2018 Calendars

We’re bringing Hertfordshire’s beautiful countryside to our clients’ homes this year with our 2018 Calendars, featuring photographs taken by residents from around the county! Lots of our clients are elderly and vulnerable, and don’t get to see Hertfordshire’s beautiful countryside; so really appreciate the photos in the calendars this year.

With thanks to Hertfordshire County Council Web Team for coordinating the photo competition, and A Taste of Colour for print and design.

You too can own our 2018 Calendar, whilst at the same time donating to support our charitable objectives –

  • The relief of poverty, sickness and disability by the provision of meals and services to people who are elderly, frail, ill, disabled or otherwise in need.
  • The relief of unemployment.

“Donate to our independent living services, because prevention is key in keeping elderly and vulnerable people healthy, happy, and independent at home.”