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How to make a donation
We are always delighted to receive donations, however large or small. You can make a donation in a number of ways:
However you help us.....
Many of our supporters make a regular donation by standing order. Please contact the office (tel 0800 389 2662) for a copy of our standing order form and for more information. You can also post a cheque directly to our office but don't forget to include your name and address so that we can thank you.
If you are a tax payer, by completing our
Gift Aid form we are able to increase the value of your gift by almost a third.
Please click here for an
online version of our Gift Aid form that you can print and post back to us or
contact the office for a hard copy and for more information.
Unfortunately the high setup and administration costs mean that it is just not economically viable for us to accept donations via Direct Debit. But you can still make regular donations to us by setting up a Standing Order or by setting up a regular Online Donation - this works out much cheaper for us to administer, so more of your money goes where it is needed.
You can make a one-off or regular donation to us via credit or debit cards, or organise a fundraising event and ask people to sponsor you online, via our Virgin Money Giving page.
Just go to our Online Donation Page and follow the instructions provided there.
If you would like to post us a donation, please make your cheque payable to New Approaches to Cancer and post it to:
Although most of us don't want to think about making our wills, legacies are another way in which you can help us continue the work we do to help all those whose lives are touched by cancer.
Your bequest will help ensure New Approaches to Cancer can continue to provide help and care the gentle way.
How can you leave a legacy to New Approaches to Cancer?
There are several ways in which you can help us. You can make a pecuniary bequest, which is a stated amount of money stipulated in your Will. Or you may wish to leave a specific bequest such as a piece of jewellery or even a building! There is also a residuary bequest, which leaves the residue of your Estate after all other bequests and expenses have been made.
Your solicitor can help you to decide which is the best option for you.