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Other ways to donate

Cheque 

Please make cheques payable to ‘York Teaching Hospital Charity’ and post to York Teaching Hospital Charity, York Hospital, Wigginton Road, York, YO31 8HE.

Cash 

If you would like to make a cash donation, please visit one of the Fundraising Offices at York or Scarborough Hospital. If the Fundraising Offices and Cashiers are closed when you are making a donation, please use one of the blue donation envelopes, fill in your details and post the envelope into the donation points located in York, Scarborough and Bridlington hospitals.

Telephone 

Call the Fundraising Team on 01904 724521 to make a donation over the telephone using your credit/debit card.

Bank Transfer 

Please contact the fundraising team for the bank details to complete a BACS transfer.

Just Giving 

If you are sponsoring someone you know for an event, you can make a donation through our Just Giving charity page or by following the person's link, which will take you directly to their Just Giving page.

Please also include a cover letter with your name and address so we can send you a personal thank you.

Don't forget to 'Gift Aid It' to increase your donation by 25p for everyone £1 you donate! If you are a UK taxpayer, you can Gift Aid your donation and any other donations you may make in the future or have made in the past 4 years to York Teaching Hospital Charity.

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