Here are some of the ways you can support the work of the Patients Association:

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A regular gift, by becoming a member is the best way to support The Patients Association as it gives us the confidence to plan ahead. It also ensures you receive regular information from us, letting you know how your donation has helped patients and made a difference.

One off donations

There are a number of ways to make a one-off donation to the Patients Association including by credit/debit card (by clicking the link above), text giving by texting PASS01 to 70070 and by cheque by post to:

The Patients Association
PO Box 935

Making a Bequest

Here you can find out more about how to leave something to the Patients Association in your will.

Gift Aid

Please make sure you sign a Gift Aid form if you have made a donation. It enables us to claim an additional 25p for every £1 you donate if you are a UK tax payer.You can download a gift aid form by clicking the link above.

Becoming a Member

You can also support the Patients Association by becoming a member. To find out more please click on the link above or contact our office on 020 8423 9111.

Helpline: 0845 608 4455   Email:

The Patients Association, PO Box 935, Harrow, Middlesex HA1 3YJ

T: 020 8423 9111   F: 020 8423 9119   E:

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