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Ways to give

Whatever your situation, there are lots of ways you can contribute towards our life-saving research.

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Donate to help beat blood cancer

Your donation will go towards developing better tests, funding research for cures and providing expert information for everyone affected by blood cancer.

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Because the future of research depends on you

Help us support people affected by blood cancer at a time when they need our support the most.

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Give in honour

Remember or celebrate the life of your loved one, your way. Whatever you choose to do, you’ll help fund research into blood cancer – and bring us closer to a cure.

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Gifts in Wills

We know that when you’re considering your Will, loved ones come first. But once you’ve ensured their future, you could help improve the future for families affected by blood cancer by leaving us a legacy.

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Payroll giving

Make your hours at work matter even more, by giving a regular gift to us through payroll giving.

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Corporate partnerships

Our partnerships with companies and organisations are vital to our life-changing work for people with blood cancer.

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Philanthropy

Thanks to our philanthropic supporters, we have been able to fund world class, life-changing research. By supporting Blood Cancer UK with a major gift, we can work together to bring forward the day when every single person affected by blood cancer can live a full life.

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Our fundraising promise

We raise money to achieve our vision of beating blood cancer honestly and properly.

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How Simon Thomas is helping us beat blood cancer

As our Blood Cancer UK President, Simon Thomas launched the Gemma Thomas Fund in memory of his wife