fundraising gift-in-will lottery donate shop location user pounds clock hourglass arrow-left arrow-right calendar archive calendar-flip tick select-triangles arrow-up

Donation over the telephone

If you’d prefer to make a donation over the telephone, please call us on:

01865 799 150
Monday to Friday 9am – 5pm.

We’re here to help so please don’t hesitate to contact us at
fundraising@helenanddouglas.org.uk.

Donation by post

If you’d like to send your donation in by post, please send your cheque to:

Fundraising,
Helen & Douglas House
14a Magdalen Road,
Oxford,
OX4 1RW

How your donation helps

How your donation helps

Helen & Douglas House is a local charity which needs to raise £3.6m each year to care for local terminally ill children and 85% of that comes from public support. We receive very little Government funding so everything we do relies heavily on support from people like you.

We raise money from our shops, our fundraising events, from gifts in wills and from public donations.  There are many ways you can help, so please do whatever you can to help local terminally ill children.  Whatever you can do, it will make a real difference to the lives of local families coping with the unimaginable.

- Kay, Sienna’s Mummy

“Sienna’s health is fragile and she is constantly dealing with illness and seizures which are worse when she gets a temperature.

We feel secure in knowing that for a few weeks over the year our daughter has a safe place to go while we take a break from caring for her. But most of all, we feel so grateful that there is a special, loving, place for us all to go if ever she needs end-of-life care.”

- Kay, Sienna’s Mummy

Thank you to everyone who has supported us

Thanks to you, we are able care for local terminally ill children and their families at our hospice in Oxford, at home or in hospital with life enhancing care. 

This includes respite stays, pain relief, symptom management, end of life care and bereavement support for parents and siblings.  Our amazing team including doctors, nurses and carers provide individualised care tailored to the needs of the child throughout their life, whether that life lasts for hours, days, months or years.