Due to the ongoing situation with the Covid-19 virus and the possibility of no mail deliveries to our office, please can you send in donations online, or via your bank. If you're not sure what to do, please do speak to supporter care on 0300 330 0740 or email@example.com
Paying your money in online
If you have collected your fundraising, you can pay it in online.
- Enter your amount and click 'once'.
- At the 'My donation is...' question, select "from sponsorship and fundraising".
- Enter your event name.
- Then 'continue to the next step'.
Online giving page
If you have already set up an online giving page, the money comes directly to the Stroke Association. There is nothing more you need to do!
Visit the JustGiving site to set up your page.
Cash collected from sponsors or an event
We ask people not to send us cash through the post, as there's a risk of it getting lost along the way. We advise you to pay the money into your own account instead, then either pay the money into an online giving page or transfer the money into our account. Our bank details are:
Account number: 73083772
Sort code: 20 00 00
Please make sure to use your unique reference number when you make the payment. If you’re not sure what this is, please phone Supporter Care on 0300 330 0740 and they will advise you.
If you haven't yet reached your target, don't panic! That's where we come in. Our fundraising team are here to offer support, advice and ideas to help you reach your pledged target.
Simply give us a call on 0300 330 0740 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to chat through some fundraising ideas.
How your money helps
Stroke is one of the leading causes of death and disability in the UK, with over 100,000 strokes occuring each year. Your donations help to fund the life-changing research we carry out to improve the treatments and care available for stroke survivors, as well as helping to continue the amazing work done by our volunteers and stroke support groups across the country. With your valuable contributions, we can help change the future for all those affected by stroke.