Make A Regular Donation
Make a Regular Donation
As a small charity having regular income makes a real difference when it comes to funding our Giggle Doctor visits. Regular donations allow us to plan ahead, but more importantly they give us the confidence and support to grow, ensuring even more children get the gift of a Giggle Doctor.
Giving a regular donation is an easy way to help on a continuing basis. Any amount you choose to give is truly appreciated and can add up over the months and years to make a big difference to our work.
It is important to us that you feel in control of the ways you choose to support our work. We want to let you know the different options available to you if you choose to make a regular donation:
Monthly Direct Debit: You can set up a monthly direct debit online by clicking here. This donation will be linked to your bank card which means that when the card expires your donation to the charity will stop and you will need to set up your direct debit again using your new card details.
Standing Order: You can set up a standing order through your bank, either through online banking or by visiting your local branch. You will need to use our charity payment details which are below. A standing order allows you more control as you can choose the frequency of your donation, the date you would like it to leave your account and your donation will not stop when your card expires. Contact [email protected] for our bank details.
Thank you so much for choosing to support our work in this way. Your donation will help give children going through the boredom, fear and isolation of a hospital stay a chance to smile again.
If you have any questions or would like more information about making a regular donation please contact [email protected] or call 020 7713 0044.
My daughter didn’t want to talk eat or drink after her operation then Dr Snug and Dr Geehee appeared and worked their magic. She ate, drank and spoke. She even got up and danced! Thank you so much!
A massive thank you to Dr Hip Hap and Dr Flowerpot both who visited Byron on the verge of a melt down because he was very scared about being in hospital again. Both Mum and Dad weren't far from tears also, knowing he would rather be doing what little boys do best. A few minutes after saying hi we were all laughing and having a wonderful time, and Byron now thinks hospitals are great fun.