Every year, more and more cancer patients across the North West rely on us for treatment. The generous support of our donors like you means we’re able to go above and beyond what the NHS funds, investing in research, equipment, facilities and services.
We’re so grateful for the support of all of The Christie Charity's generous fundraisers and donors. But we simply can’t continue to make big strides forward without supporters like you.
Regular donations are so important to The Christie because the nature of what we do is ongoing. Giving a regular monthly gift is a really powerful way to support our work. You can help us do more by setting up a monthly Direct Debit.
Direct Debits are easy to set up and once it’s done, your regular gift will go out on time, every month – you won’t have to think any more about it. They are easier for us too, and cheaper to process.
This means more of the money we raise can go straight to where it’s needed the most – helping to give our patients the best possible treatment and care.
Why regular giving is so important
Donations from regular giving means that we have guaranteed money coming in every month. This helps us as it means we can plan to support more long-term projects for cancer patients and their families, over and above what the NHS funds. This includes The Christie Charity's recent support of the Paterson Building. This purpose-built research centre allows experts to collaborate under one roof, to find the next big breakthroughs in cancer treatment.
This includes services at The Christie that are fully funded by charitable donations, including the art room at The Christie and the wig fitting service. And it also includes supporting ground-breaking cancer research trials, so we can improve treatment outcomes for our patients in the future.
Already donate regularly? We’re making big strides forward thanks to incredible supporters like you – thank you!
Could you help us do even more, by giving a little more every month? By increasing your regular gift today you’ll help support the life-changing projects the charity funds.
An example of a recent letter we sent out to supporters about our regular giving