Your donation will help us to raise awareness about thrombosis. It will also help to fund research looking at why and how a thrombosis occurs and to educate both Professionals and the Public.
Thrombosis UK receives no government funding and relies entirely on grants and voluntary donations.
It's really easy to donate online to Thrombosis UK.
From the boxes above, select the amount you would like to donate, or an amount of your choice, and 'click'.
Alternatively, you can also donate via our Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/Thrombosisuk/
By donating you are helping us continue our work in raising awareness, providing information and supporting much needed research.
Via online banking or your local High Street branch, you can pay donations and fundraising directly into the Thrombosis UK account.
Account Name: Thrombosis UK
Account Number: 64749614
Bank Sort Code: 60-13-34
Reference: Please add your name and donation
Made payable to Thrombosis UK. Please include your name and contact details on the back of the cheque so we can thank you and confirm receipt.
Post your cheque to:
PO Box 58
HMRC operates a scheme called Gift Aid that allows charities to claim the basic rate tax on every pound donated. So for every £1 you donate to Thrombosis UK, the charity will actually receive £1.25. If you are a UK Taxpayer and want to see if you and your donation qualify for Gift Aid please click here to find out.
If you qualify for Gift Aid please complete our online Gift Aid form here and we will do the rest. If you require a paper copy of this form please click here to download. Once complete just scan a copy and email to email@example.com or post to: Thrombosis UK, PO Box 58, Llanwrda, SA19 0AD
A key objective for Thrombosis UK is to support, promote and inform research into blood clots.
We are seeking your support for our 2021 Thrombosis UK Research Appeal
Donations to the Thrombosis UK Research Appeal will be specifically be used to support research projects into understanding more about the causes, prevention and management of blood clots also known as thrombosis, deep vein thrombosis (DVT- blood clots usually formed in the legs), pulmonary embolism (PE - blood clots in the lungs) or venous thromboembolism, (VTE, both DVT + PE).
Since launching our research appeals in 2018 over £17,000 had been donated. You can read how this money is supporting research projects.
We hope to raise even more in 2021!
Every penny donated for research helps to support research projects tackling – cause - prevention – treatment and - improving management and care for everyone effected by and living with thrombosis.
To donate simply click here and your donation will go straight to support our research grant programmes.