Other Ways To Donate

Become a Regular Giver

Regular donations are vital to our work and they are easy to set up. Either click here to sign up online or if you prefer, you can download and return the direct debit form.

Set up a Just Giving page

Just Giving is a website that allows friends, family and colleagues to support you by donating quickly, easily and securely online by credit or debit card. Visit our JustGiving website


Payroll Giving

It’s quick, easy and tax free. If you’re an employee, you can choose to make a donation straight from your salary.

As Payroll Giving donations are tax-free, a monthly £10 donation to Cancer Fund for Children only costs you:

  • £8 if you pay basic rate tax (20%)
  • £6 if you pay higher rate tax (40%)
Benefits for You
  • It’s easy and convenient – only 5 minutes to sign up!
  • You’re helping a cause you care about
  • You’ve control over how much and when you want to donate
  • Setting up is secure: no bank details required
  • Deductions can only take place while you are employed
You can make a difference

Small, regular donations make a huge difference.

Your monthly donation will allow us to plan ahead and invest in long-term support for children and young people with cancer.

£10 a month for a year would provide six young people with individual support sessions from a Cancer Support Specialist while they are in hospital.

Sign up for Payroll Giving today

You can sign up by clicking the link here

(No bank details required; only your Staff Number and National Insurance number). Please contact Gillian if you would like any further information at: gilliandourish@cancerfundforchildren.com or 028 9080 5599.

Or download our Employee Payroll Giving Guide

If you would like your employer to set up a Payroll Giving Scheme, download the Payroll Giving Guide for Employers

Donate In Celebration

Donating in celebration is a popular way to mark a special occasion. Whatever the event, be it a wedding, birthday, anniversary, christening or a retirement party, it is the perfect opportunity to ask family and friends to make a donation to local families living with cancer.

Donate in lieu of flowers

After the loss of a loved one, many families look for a special way of remembering that person and ask family and friends to make a donation to Cancer Fund for Children instead of sending flowers.

Wedding Favours

Cancer Fund for Children Wedding Favours are a unique and popular way of thanking your guests for celebrating your wedding. It’s the perfect finishing touch to your big day and is a meaningful way to make a difference children, teenagers and young adults living with cancer.

You can browse our wedding favours in our online Shop.

Find out More

To find out more about the ways you can raise funds for Cancer Fund for Children, call us on 028 9080 5599 or email fundraising@cancerfundforchildren.com 


Wedding Favours | Cancer Fund for Children

Gift Aid

Make your donation worth even more

If you are a UK taxpayer, you can increase your donations to Cancer Fund for Children by 25% at no extra cost to you. So for every £1 you donate, we can claim 25p back from the government.

It’s simple – all you need to do is complete a Gift Aid Declaration Form.

This one form can cover every gift made to Cancer Fund for Children for whatever period you choose, including donations made in the past and anything you may choose to donate in the future.

To find out more, please get in touch with us on 028 9080 5599 or email fundraising@cancerfundforchildren.com


Leave A Gift In Your Will

Leaving a gift in your will is an amazing way to support local children, and their families, affected by cancer.

We understand that when making a will, your first consideration will be to provide for your family and friends, but leaving a gift of even 1% of your estate  could make a huge difference to children and young people living with a cancer diagnosis.

By leaving a gift in your will to Cancer Fund for Children, you can be confident in the knowledge that all of your donation will help children who are living with cancer, and their families. 


Why leave a gift in your will?

  • We receive less than 0.5% funding from the government so rely heavily on all kinds of donations to support our work. A gift in your will allow our team of Specialists to support children and young people affected by cancer, so they don’t have to face it alone.
  • A gift in your will, no matter how big or small, will help us to make sure we can be there for every family that needs us now and in the future.
  • A gift in your will is an inspiring way to support children affected by cancer, and leave behind a powerful legacy that lives on in to the future.

How to leave a Gift in your Will 

Our supporters can write a FREE online Will using Bequeathed’s secure online will-writing platform: https://willtogive.org/portfolio/cancer-fund-for-children

A few minutes can ensure your loved ones are provided for in the future. Bequeathed guide you through each step of the process and ensure you are given legal advice along the way.  There is no obligation to leave a gift to Cancer Fund for Children, but if you do choose to leave a gift in your Will, you will be leaving a lasting legacy that will ensure no child has to face cancer alone.

If you prefer to write your will face-to-face with your solicitor.  The only information you need to provide them with is:

Charity name: Cancer Fund for Children

Charity number: NIC100532

Download our Gifts in Wills Guide 

For more information about leaving a gift in your will, please call Tanya on 028 9080 5599 or email tanya@cancerfundforchildren.com 







How Your Money Can Help

Every donation you give, whether large or small, really does makes a difference to local children with cancer, and their families.

For example:

£20 could pay for an hour of individual support for a young person diagnosed with cancer helping to reduce the isolation they feel

£200 could provide a young person coming to terms with their parent’s cancer with a weekend of residential group support with other people their own age

£500 could provide 12 parents with the opportunity to attend our Education Days to help them cope with the stress and anxiety associated with childhood cancer

£1000 could provide a family with a therapeutic short break in a nurturing environment far removed from the pressures of cancer treatment

We simply could not provide our services to local children and families without YOUR support.