Give a little each month
Join so many other supporters who have set up a monthly direct debit. By giving as little as £2 a month you can help us represent and offer support to patients all year round.
Make a single donation
If you are passionate about one aspect of our work, or cannot commit to a regular contribution, you can provide a one-off donation using our online form.
Donate in loving memory
Celebrate the life of a loved one whilst helping us reach out to more people who need our help by making a donation or by leaving a legacy in their memory.
Make a donation by cheque
Click here to find out how to make a donation to The Patients Association via cheque.
Make a donation by text
Donate by text in a matter of seconds! Simply text PASS01 followed by an amount of £1, £2, £3, £4, £5 or £10 to 70070
Leave a legacy
Leaving a legacy is one way you can help patients and their families in need. Support our helpline into the future by remembering us in your will.
How your support helps
We have a very small, but passionate and dedicated team of staff here at The Patients Association. That means that more of your money goes towards the really important things, like helping patients with nowhere else to turn get the justice or treatment they deserve, offering advice and guidance to people who call our helpline, producing hard-hitting and influential reports, representing patient voices to decision-makers and delivering innovative and change-making projects in NHS Trusts.
Gift Aid explained
If you are a UK taxpayer you can help us to take advantage of the Government’s Gift Aid scheme, enabling The Patients Association to claim back 25p for every £1 you donate. If everyone who was able to Gift Aid their donations did so, we would have enough extra funds to support one more research project every year.
Supporting over 6500 enquiries a year
Research and Reports
Undertaking research & commenting on the latest developments to advance health and social care for patients
Representing patients to government
Bringing together patients to share, support and learn from each other
Ensuring patient experiences are heard in the media nationwide
Working with individual patients who need our support