Your donation will make a big difference
The Pelvic Radiation Disease Association is a small UK charity with a big voice but we need your help to reach more people affected by PRD.
A gift from you could help us do so much more for people affected by the debilitating and embarrassing long term effects of pelvic radiotherapy. With your help, we can provide more information, support and advice to the 100,000 people living with Pelvic Radiation Disease (PRD) in the UK.
We know just how valuable it is to be able to talk about problems so we want to upgrade our existing suport community online with one-to-one support. We also want to do a lot more to educate all health professionals about how they can help improve people’s lives.
Giving a regular gift can make a huge difference to PRDA as it gives us regular income and keeps admin costs down. If you would like to be a supporter of PRDA you should decide an affordable monthly/quarterly/annual amount to suit your budget. Choose your payment method and set up the payments:
CAF Charities Aid Foundation (set up a direct debit with your card)
Donation by post – If you prefer to pay by cheque, please make your cheque payable to PRDA, and send to: The Treasurer, PRDA, 62 Norbiton Avenue, Kingston upon Thames, KT1 3QP. Please send a Gift Aid Form with your cheque if you are eligible for Gift Aid.
PRDA can provide you with an annual receipt for your tax return. Please request this from firstname.lastname@example.org
We urgently need your help please consider donating – any amount, small or large, will make a difference. See below for more ways to donate.
|£10 could pay for leaflets and posters to raise awareness of the support the Pelvic Radiation Disease Association can provide|
|£25 could help pay for running costs of a patient support group|
|£50 could pay for a nurse to support 2 people over the phone to receive advice on how to manage their PRD|
|£250 could help pay for maintenance of our directory of health professionals so that we can connect more people with services that help people affected by PRD.|
Make a single donation by card or PayPal
Make a monthly or single donation via Give as you live using your credit/debit card
Text – You can now make a donation of between £1 and £20 by text message. Simply text PRD and the amount you wish to donate to 70085. For example, to donate £10, text PRD 10 to 70085. The text will cost your donation plus one standard message rate.
Fundraise by shopping!
If you sign up to Give As You Live PRDA will receive donations at no cost to you.
If you are planning an activity to raise funds please set up a page on JustGiving.com
For more ideas on how you can raise money for us, see our fundraising page.
Wedding, Birthday or Anniversary gifts – Family and friends are often pleased to be asked to donate to charity instead of buying gifts. Please consider asking for donations to PRDA. You can do this by:
Facebook giving – Creating a fundraiser post on your Facebook account – you will need to go to the option from the menu and select Pelvic Radiation Disease Association as your chosen charity
Give in memory of a loved one – Making a donation in memory of a loved one is a very special and meaningful way to celebrate their life and remember them. For a small charity like PRDA, we are always very touched to receive these donations and very grateful for the lasting difference it can make to others coping with Pelvic Radiation Disease.
We would be very pleased to honour your loved one’s memory in our Newsletter – please contact us with your wording (please limit to 150 words).
There are a number of ways you can support PRDA in memory of someone:
- Make a donation in their name (see above)
- Collect at a funeral or memorial service, and send the amount to PRDA (see above)
- Take on a fundraising challenge
- Create a tribute fund.
Leave us a gift in your will – A gift in your will ensures that PRDA will benefit from your support in the future. If you have already written your will and would like to add a gift to PRDA, you will need to make an official alteration called a codicil. We would be happy to supply you with a codicil on request.
Modified: 21st July 2022