Pay in your money
Thank you for raising money to support terminally ill children and their families.
Whether you ran a marathon or had tea with friends, if you organised your own or participated in a fundraising activity, then a great big thank you! Returning or paying in money is easy… there are 5 ways to pay your money in:
Pay by phone
To pay your fundraising over the phone please call our team on 01865 799150 and they’ll be happy to help.
If you’d like to send your money in by post, please send your cheque to Fundraising, Helen & Douglas House, 14a Magdalen Road, Oxford, OX4 1RW. Please include a note in the envelope to tell us who you are so we can thank you properly.
Remember to include any sponsorship forms you’ve used because every pound you raise could be worth an extra 25p to care for local families if your sponsors have ticked the gift aid box. You can find more information on gift aid on our Guide to Gift Aid.
Online Giving Pages
Why not pay it into your bank account and add this to your fundraising page?
If you have raised your money via an online fundraising website like JustGiving or another website this will come directly to the charity.
Bank Transfer (BACS)
You can transfer your donation directly into our bank account. Please make sure you put a reference to how the money was raised so we can thank you appropriately. Our bank details are:
Name: Helen & Douglas House
Address: 121 High Street
Account No: 84326735
Sort Code: 60-70-03
If you are a UK taxpayer, you can almost certainly Gift Aid your donation to Helen & Douglas House. By adding Gift Aid, we can make 25p for every £1 given.
This means even more money goes towards helping terminally ill children, young adults and families facing the unimaginable. If you are paying in by post, don’t forget to send in your sponsorship forms so we can claim Gift Aid.
Thank you — you really make a difference!
Thank you for making a donation to Helen & Douglas House. Your support really does mean a great deal to our patients and their families.
Every penny you raise will help us provide exceptional one-to-one respite and end-of-life care for children in Oxfordshire and the surrounding counties.