You must obtain permission from the bill payer and must be 16 years or over to start to make one off or monthly donation via text message. The standard network charge for text messages is at your network provider’s rates.
Setting a Direct Debit allows you to pay an amount of money from your account to Kidney Cancer UK on a regular basis. You can alter the amount or stop it at any time.
You can also download and fill out a Standing Order Form then send it to: Kidney Cancer UK, The Old Coach House, 56 High Street, Harston, Cambridgeshire, CB22 7PZ.
And remember, if you are a UK taxpayer you should also complete the Gift Aid form.
Pay directly into the James Whale Fund bank account, through any high street bank:
Sort code 20-17-35, Account number 80098094
Alternatively, if you wish to donate to our sister charity Kidney Cancer Scotland, the bank details are the following:
Sort code 20-17-35, Account number 23741354
We are very happy to accept donations made by cheque, payable to ‘Kidney Cancer UK’.
Please send your cheque to
Kidney Cancer UK, The Old Coach House, 56 High Street, Harston CB22 7PZ Cambridge
You can make a donation over the phone
Call Kidney Cancer UK on 01223 870008
One of our team members will help you donate using your credit or debit card. We are here between 10am and 4pm, Monday to Friday.
You can make an online or regular donation through our Just Giving page.
You can support the fund buy creating a fundraising event with Virgin Money Giving.
We offer the facility to make a donation to us via PayPal.
If you are a UK taxpayer you should complete the Gift Aid form (pdf) and send it to us with your donation. Any gift you make under the scheme can provide the Fund with an extra payment direct from the Inland Revenue of 28.2%. So a gift from you of, for example, £10 will be worth £12.82 to the Fund. The payment does not cost you anything, but is made to the charity from UK taxes that you have already paid.
Your support makes a real difference to the lives of people with kidney cancer. Every pound raised enables us to invest more in patient support programmes, essential research and training and awareness initiatives aimed at increasing earlier diagnosis rates.
Thank you for helping to support those with kidney cancer.