Regular Giving

Regular Giving

A regular gift makes a real difference as it helps us to plan for our future, ensuring we can be there so families can be together.

If you were expecting to see our lottery here, we’re sorry but our lottery is now closed. However, you can read on to see how a regular donation will help us to plan for the future.


An on-going commitment such as a monthly regular gift, will directly help us to continue supporting families with a sick child in hospital when they really need it.

Why make a regular gift?

Every day, children are admitted to hospital with a serious or life-threatening condition, disability, illness or injury that means they need hospital treatment, sometimes far from their home. That’s where we can help. By providing families with a warm comfortable place to stay near their sick child’s hospital bed, they have one less thing to worry about.

Become a regular giver and we’ll send you bespoke updates on how your support is making a real difference and become part of our regular giving community- ‘Friends of The Sick Children’s Trust’

Become a Regular Giver today

How your regular gift can make a difference

Any regular gift will make a lasting impact, below are just a few ways different monthly gift amounts can support our work.

Utility Bills

Utility Bills

£5 could go towards paying utilities, keeping families warm and ensuring they can have a hot shower at the end of a long day.

Bedding for Parents

Bedding for Parents

£10 can help us provide pillows, duvets and sheets so parents can have a comfortable night sleep in our ‘Homes from Home’ while their seriously ill child is in hospital.

Dedicated Staff

Dedicated Staff

£15 could go towards paying for our dedicated staff’s time, so they can be a listening ear when families need it most.

One nights stay for a family

One nights stay for a family

£30 is the gift to a family of a free, warm and comfortable place to stay near their sick child and a friendly ear to listen.

Frequently asked questions

Why should I give a regular gift?

A commitment of a regular gift allows us to plan for our future. Regular gifts give us an income we can rely on and directly help us to keep families with sick children together.


Where will my regular gift go?

Your gift will go towards supporting thousands of families with a free, warm and comfortable place to stay while their child is seriously ill in hospital.


How else can I support the charity?

There are many ways to support The Sick Children’s Trust, you could fundraise by taking part in a challenge such as a marathon or run your own event such as a bake sale or get your company involved by asking them to nominate us to be their Charity of the Year.

(Please follow current government guidelines on social distancing)

Fundraising information

You could leave a gift in your will or give a gift in celebration of a wedding or birthday

Other ways to donate


What is Gift Aid and how will it make my donation go further?

Gift Aid allows us to claim an extra 25% on your regular gift as tax relief from the government at no cost to you. If you are a UK Income Tax and/or Capital Gains Taxpayer, please be sure to read the Gift Aid declaration and tick the box when signing up to become a Regular Giver.


Have a question we haven’t answered?
If you would like to talk about giving a regular gift please contact Jenni Immanen at jenni.immanen@sickchildrenstrust.org

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