Something people often forget to do when moving house is to update their address with all their accounts and providers. Whether it’s your utilities, the government, your pension, your gym or your bank – you can notify them all that you’re moving house in one go with SlothMove’s award-winning change of address service!
If you have an account with or donate to Help for Heroes, then this is just one of the services you’ll need to inform of your change of address. In this guide, we’ll outline exactly how to complete your Help for Heroes change of address online in under 5 minutes.
Take a look at all our top tips on how to change your address with Help for Heroes charity and take much of the hassle out of your house move.
Here at SlothMove, we’re well aware of how stressful moving house can be. That’s why we’ve created an all-in-one solution – an online change of address service that will notify all your accounts and services in one go.
That’s right – in a matter of minutes, you can update your address with all your providers. Without even picking up a phone you can inform everyone from Barclays, the NHS, EON, PureGym, Morrisons and many more that you’re moving house.
When it comes to changing your Help for Heroes address, there are two ways you can notify them of your house move. The first, and by far the quickest, way of completing your Help for Heroes change of address is using SlothMove’s online home moving service.
All you need to do to get started with your Help for Heroes address change is fill out the form below:
To complete your Help for Heroes change of address, there are just a few steps you need to take:
We’ll help you change your address with Help for Heroes online in just a few clicks! And, that’s not all – while you’re at it, why not change your address with all your other accounts and services?
Alternatively, if you’re only looking to complete your Help for Heroes change of address, but no others, you can get in touch with the charity directly. To contact Help for Heroes, you can call them on 0300 303 9888, or send them an email at email@example.com.
Between 1999 and 2019, almost 40,000 service personnel were medically discharged from the British Armed Forces. For some veterans, the implications of their service only surface across the months and years after it has come to an end.
Many of these individuals will need help to address physical or mental health issues. This is what Help for Heroes do – they provide a range of services, resources and activities to wounded veterans, supporting them to live healthy, secure and purposeful lives.
The charity provides high-quality recovery services and remains responsive to the emerging needs of the wounded and their families. The combination of services and support they offer are all delivered by health professional teams.
Their main aim is to enable wounded veterans recover and get on with their lives. They work with each individual to agree a combination of support that is tailored to their own recovery needs.
A UK veteran is defined as anyone who has served for at least one day in Her Majesty’s Armed Forces or Merchant Mariners. Based on Ministry of Defence statistics, around 15,000 people leave the UK Armed Forces every year.
Veterans and their dependents may be able to claim a range of benefits in the UK, such as:
So, why is it so important that you remember to complete your Help for Heroes change of address?
If you make donations to or receive support from Help for Heroes, you must update them of your house move to ensure they know where to contact you and to update your direct debit.
If you regularly donate to the charity and are moving house, you’ll need to change your Help for Heroes address to update your direct debit. This will mean that you can continue making your usual donations.
If you are a veteran and receive support from them, you’ll need to complete your Help for Heroes change of address to ensure they know where to send any mail. This is important to ensure you don’t miss any important communications.
There are a various ways you can donate to Help for Heroes:
The easiest way to donate to Help for Heroes is to make a single donation. This allows you to give a one-off donation that will go towards helping veterans and service personnel.
If you want to make regular donations to Help for Heroes, you can sign up to their Heroes Promise. Then, your monthly donation will continue to support the charity to help veterans in need.
Another way you can donate to Help for Heroes is by giving in memory of a loved one.
When we lose someone we love, it can help to do something positive in their memory. Whether your loved one served in the Armed Forces, had military connections or supported the veterans during their lifetime; donating in their honour is a great way to celebrate their life while supporting our wounded heroes.
The final way you can donate to Help for Heroes is by leaving a gift in your will. This is a great way to give your legacy a purpose.
Whether you choose to support Help for Heroes recovery centres, outreach programmes or psychological wellbeing services, leaving a gift in your will can make a difference for decades to come.
Ideally, you should aim to complete your Help for Heroes address as soon as possible once you know your move-in date.
At the very latest, you will need to inform Help for Heroes that you’re moving house within 1 month of moving home. This will ensure the charity has plenty of time to update your details on their systems, including your direct debit if you have one set up.
Failing to complete your Help for Heroes change of address in good time could result in problems with your payments and lost mail.
You should start paying council tax as soon as you move into your new house. If you don’t start making your council tax payments straight away, Doncaster Council will simply backdate your payments and you could end up with a rather large bill.
Setting up your Doncaster Council Tax payments should be fairly simple for anyone moving within the town as they won’t need to update their direct debit. However, anyone moving into or out of Doncaster will need to set up a new direct debit with their local authority.
So, now you know how to change your address with Help for Heroes, you can go ahead and use SlothMove’s award-winning online change of address service or by contacting the charity directly.
Don’t forget to update your address across all your other services too – find all the accounts you need to inform with our change of address checklist.
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