If you would like to give a struggling teenager hope, confidence and skills for today's world, choose what works for you.

93p in every pound

Donation by post

You can send a cheque made payable to 'Marine Society & Sea Cadets', or 'MSSC'

We'd love to hear why supporting Sea Cadets matters to you, so do enclose a note and remember to add your address so we can say thank you. 

If you’d like to set up a monthly gift by direct debit, and would prefer to do this by post rather than online, you can download a direct debit form here. To give by direct debit, simply download and complete the direct debit form and return to our Fundraising team address above.

Please send your cheque or direct debit form to: Fundraising, Sea Cadets, 202 Lambeth Road, London, SE1 7JW.

Alternatively, you can give online: a single donation here, or set up a direct debit here.

Put a gift in your Will

It doesn’t have to be big! A legacy is a great way to affect teenagers’ lives and chance, and for a little bit of you to go on through them. Find out more here.

Give when you shop online with easyfundraising

What could be easier than getting the companies you buy online from to give a donation to Sea Cadets every time you shop with them?

Whether you’re buying your weekly supermarket shop, tickets for the train or a show, or your Christmas presents, you can support Sea Cadets at the same time.

There are nearly 3,000 retailers you can do this with, including John Lewis, Amazon, Trainline, Sainsbury… Here’s how to do it.

  1. Sign up for free at easyfundraising 
  2. Remember to sign in there before you shop, and then every purchase will turn into a donation from the retailer to help our struggling teenagers.
  3. You’ll see the total you’ve raised!

You can feel confident that there are no catches or hidden charges.

Give when you shop online with Amazon

We are delighted to have signed up to Amazon Smile – Amazon’s charity service that lets customers generate a donation for charity each time they shop on Amazon.

Next time you are thinking of purchasing an item from Amazon please follow these simple steps to donate 0.5% of the net purchase price to our charity.

1. Visit smile.amazon.co.uk and login to your Amazon account
2. Select your charity. MSSC can be found by searching 'Marine Society and Sea Cadets'
3. Click the tick box to indicate you understand that only purchases under the url smile.amazon.co.uk will give a donation to your selected cause.
4. Start shopping!

Donate to us while using Savoo

Savoo is a free online fundraising platform that uses web searches to donate to UK charities.

Savoo's high quality search engine will donate 1p to us for every search undertaken. The site features thousands of deals and voucher codes from top retailers. What's more, when you use your codes, Savoo will give up to 50 per cent of its commission to us; like cash back, but for charities!

At no cost to you, you can save money and make a difference to young people's lives! Sign up to Savoo now.

Give an old car!

Use Giveacar as a hassle-free way to sell your old car at auction or for scrap, with the proceeds coming to Sea Cadets. They’ll come and pick it up for you for free.


There is a range of e-cards that you can share and send on dontsendmeacard.com. The money that would have been spent on postage can be donated to Sea Cadets!

Take part in one of our challenge events

Grab a bike, comfy running shoes or a rain jacket and push yourself to your limits, all while fundraising for Sea Cadets nationally to support young people across the UK. Click here to see our full events programme. 

If you've already signed up to one of our events and need more sponsorship forms please download them here

Your donation makes a difference

Young junior Sea Cadet boy


Could buy a unit a First Aid Kit to keep the cadets safe.

Teenage girl Sea Cadet smiling and saluting


Could give a struggling teenager two weeks’ of support to build their confidence.

A smiling girl Sea Cadet with her friend in uniform


Could give a teenager who has withdrawn from life a chance to connect with new friends in a supportive place for a month.

Sea Cadet experiencing a taster engineering course


Could cover the cost of sending a teenager who finds life at school hard on a taster engineering course run by Sea Cadets.

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