How to get your money to us
Thank you for doing something amazing for our wee community! There are several ways you can pay in your fundraising gift to us, so we can quickly put it to good work.
Make a payment online
Visit our Donate page where you can pay your money in online.
This platform (provided by highly credible charity fundraising platform, Enthuse) is our direct donation method. Please include your contact details so we can send you and your supporters a thank you certificate.
If you are asking for sponsorship or donations from other people, you could set up an online fundraising page. Click on Fundraise (also operated by Enthuse) to set this up. Once you have personalised your page, you’ll have a web address to share with friends and family so they can make a payment there. These payments come straight to us. You don’t have to handle any money yourself.
Pay by phone
If you’d like to make a payment by telephone, please call our friendly office team and speak to Sue or Amy. We cover the office most days on 01844 351 621. Please have your payment method handy.
Pay by post
If you want to send cheques to our office, please could you also tell us the following information about your fundraising activity:
1. Your name, address, phone number and email address.
2. What you did to raise money and why you carried out the activity
3. Please could you also tell us “I’m happy for you to hold my contact details for future communications about fundraising and other information” so that we can write to thank you.
4. If you are paying in your own money, please print and include this Gift Aid declaration form with your cheque so we can treat your gift in this way.
Our postal address is:
Fight Bladder Cancer
51 High St
We can’t wait to tell you about the difference your kindness will make for people affected by bladder cancer.
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