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There are lots of ways to donate to the Miscarriage Association: online, text, telephone, bank transfer or cheque – whatever is easiest for you.
To donate online, please click here. Your donations will be processed securely by CAF, the Charities Aid Foundation, who also process Gift Aid for us.
To donate by phone, please call 01924 200799 during office hours.
To donate by bank transfer, please call 01924 200799 during office hours to get our bank details. (We don’t provide these online for security reasons.)
To donate by cheque, please make your cheque payable to the Miscarriage Association and send it to us at 17 Wentworth Terrace, Wakefield WF1 3QW.
To donate goods, you can use one of the schemes listed on our donating goods page.
In every case, if you are a UK tax payer, Gift-Aiding your donation will mean that the Inland Revenue will add an extra 25% to the charity at no cost to you!
Many companies make donations to charities nominated by their employees and with tax breaks to encourage them to do so, this is time to get your boss giving. Some companies prefer to sponsor something specific – such as one of our leaflets – while others are happy to make a donation to general costs. Similarly, if you have connections with decision-makers in a company or charitable trust why not suggest that they make a donation to the Miscarriage Association?
If you’d like to discuss making a donation, please contact us.
You’ll find our donations policy here.
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Do you have household items that you no longer need: perhaps clothes, furniture or even an old car? From time to time, we are alerted to organisations that are able to help our supporters turn their unwanted goods into funds for the Miscarriage Association. We have listed the current opportunities that we are aware of […]
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An easy way to make subscriptions and donations to the Miscarriage Association go further. Inland Revenue rules allow us to reclaim tax on all membership subscriptions and donations paid by UK tax payers. By downloading and completing the form below, you will add up to 25% of the value of your subscription or donation at […]