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Ways To Get involved

Ways To Get involved

Your support allows us to fund our vital work and make a lasting impact on people’s lives.

Fundraising

Your support allows us to fund our vital work and make a lasting impact on people’s lives. Help us ensure patients visiting A&E have the best quality of care, and that Emergency Department teams have all the support that they need, from wellbeing services to training. Support our work with Emergency Medicine departments internationally in low-income countries, promoting equality in healthcare and equal opportunities for staff. You can make a valuable difference today.

Single Donation
£20 – Could support our work providing valuable wellbeing support for doctors working in A&E.

£50 – Could help fund our quality programmes that work to improve Emergency Medicine departments nationally and ensure the best possible care for patients across the UK.

£100 – Could help fund our quality programmes that work to improve Emergency Medicine departments nationally and ensure the best possible care for patients across the UK.

Regular Donation
£5 a month pays to provide support for Emergency Department doctors working in high pressure environments.

£10 a month pays to improve patient care across the UK through quality and development programmes that change lives.

£20 a month pays to support vital medical research to make ground-breaking advancements within Emergency Medicine that will make a lasting impact for years to come.

Gift Aid
Gift Aid allows UK charities to claim back the basic rate tax already paid on donations by the donor. This means we can claim back from the government on your behalf 25p for every £1 donated, boosting the value of the donation by a quarter.

When a UK taxpayer gives a gift of money to a charity, tax has already been paid on that money. We can claim this money back from HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) and add it to our fundraising efforts.

We can claim Gift Aid on all donations that you have made now, in the future and in the past 4 years.

Gift Aid can only be claimed on donations from UK taxpayers, as long as the donation is your own money and is not part of a collection or corporate donation.

If you are a UK taxpayer, please consider saying yes to Gift Aid.

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