Other Ways To Donate
Become a Regular Giver
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 is one of the easiest and most tax efficient ways for you to give to charity. For example, if you pledge £5 from your gross salary each month the cost to you is only £3.90 and Cancer Fund for Children will receive £5.50. Once Payroll Giving is established, there are no additional forms to complete, cheques or letters to sign as your donation is made directly from your salary on a regular basis.
Download our Employee Payroll Giving Guide
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.
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 email@example.com
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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 you could also make a real difference to children, teenagers and young adults 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. ”More” There are numerous ways you can choose to support Cancer Fund for Children in your will. For example, you could leave: Download our Gifts in Wills Guide For more information about leaving a gift in your will, call Jane on 028 9080 5599 or email email@example.com O’Toole & Associates supports the work of Cancer Fund for Children. They can advise on legal planning and tax efficient gifts. ”Less”
Why leave a gift in your will?
How to leave a Gift in your Will
There are numerous ways you can choose to support Cancer Fund for Children in your will. For example, you could leave:
Download our Gifts in Wills Guide
For more information about leaving a gift in your will, call Jane on 028 9080 5599 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
O’Toole & Associates supports the work of Cancer Fund for Children. They can advise on legal planning and tax efficient gifts.
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.
£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.