Pledging a donation on a regular basis, however big or small, is a great way to make a lasting commitment to cancer care and to help transform the lives of cancer and leukaemia patients and local oncology communities. It allows us to plan ahead for the long- term, because we know, day in day out, that we have a steady income stream that we can rely on.
Our Chartwell Patrons are dedicated to improving facilities, funding clinical research and capital projects, enhancing staffing levels, as well as delivering a range of support to young oncology patients and their families. And now, more than ever, we need consistent support for our vital work.
WHY GIVE MONTHLY?
A monthly donation is an extremely effective way to support our work – both now and in the future.
It is so much more than a financial obligation but being part of a group who share the same vision to make lasting change and to keep honouring a long-standing commitment to the communities and hospitals we serve.
Whether you choose to join for your own personal reasons, as a thank you for the support you have received or are currently receiving, or because you have a social conscience towards the local community, the rewards are exactly the same.
HOW DO I JOIN?
Becoming a regular donor is a quick and simple process. You can donate any regular amount of your choice and you can set them up through our secure online portal using a credit/ debit card. Most importantly, you have total control because you can amend or cancel your donation at any time if your circumstances change.
You can also set up a monthly payment direct with your bank via standing order.
The Chartwell Cancer Trust
Barclays Bank: Account: 10643394 Sort Code: 20-14-33
The Chartwell Children’s Cancer Trust CIO
Barclays Bank: Account: 73930467 Sort Code: 20-18-93
New patrons all receive a registration certificate and whether corporates or individuals, have access to our charity branding, and will also be credited across our social media platforms and channels.
Limited companies pays less Corporation Tax when donating to charity, as tax relief can be claimed on donations.