Make a donation
Not specifying where you would like your donation to go gives us maximum flexibility to support services with a less high profile. This way all our services can benefit from the public’s generosity.
Alternatively, you may wish to donate to a specific ward or appeal, in which case this should be clearly stated.
If donations are given directly to a cashier then a receipt will be issued immediately. Donations may be made by post or using the donation boxes and will be acknowledged with an official receipt from the charity team where donors’ correspondence details are given.
Increase your donation by 25p for every £1 given.
The Inland Revenue allows charities to claim back income tax as a gift aid on cash and cheque donations from individuals who are UK taxpayers. The tax is claimed back from the Inland Revenue at no extra cost to you – the donor – providing you have paid an amount of income/capital gains tax equal to the tax reclaimed on the donation.
The charity can only claim Gift Aid if the donor has provided their name and address, including postcode, and confirmed that they wish Gift Aid to be claimed on their donation.
To allow us to claim the extra 25% download and fill in the form below and return it to the charitable funds team along with the donation and accompanying correspondence.
You can now donate online through justgiving or create your own justgiving page for your fundraising events for the trust.
Donate over the phone
Donate by credit/debit card – call 01642 854296
Donate by post
Send a cheque, postal order or charity cheque payable to South Tees Hospitals Charity to:South Tees Hospitals Charity The James Cook University Hospital The Murray Building Marton Road Middlesbrough TS4 3BW
Donations can also be at the cashiers office at James Cook or the Friarage. Or complete a donation envelope available at our sites and place it in one of the donation boxes situated near to the main entrances of our hospitals
Leave a legacy
By leaving a gift to the charity in your will, you can make a lasting difference to our patients and staff. If you choose to leave a financial gift this will not be liable for inheritance tax. There are two types of gifts you can consider:
- A residuary gift – leave a share, or the whole, of what is left in your estate once you have provided for your loved ones
- A pecuniary gift – a gift of a fixed amount of money
If you have already made a will but would like to leave a gift to support the trust’s hospitals, you can do so by adding a codicil to your existing will. For information on making a codicil please contact the charities office on 01642 835783.
Download a donation form
You can also support your local hospitals for free by signing up as a member. Members receive a free newsletter and the opportunity to have their say on future developments at the trust.
Did you know you can now donate online?
Your donations help provide those little extras over and above what the NHS provides.
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By signing up as a member of the trust you will get free newsletters and the chance to have your say on the future of your health services.