As a national charity, Ovacome relies entirely on the donations of our generous supporters to fund our services. We continually need to raise funds to continue our work and appreciate every contribution – whether big or small – and every penny donated has a real impact.
Your support helps us to maintain our nurse-led helpline, produce free educational information and newsletters for women and healthcare professionals and funds our network of regional volunteers.
Couldn’t be simpler. To donate quickly and securely now, please visit our Donate Now page.
You can donate via your mobile phone by texting 70070 with the message OVAC00 followed by the amount you wish to give (ie OVAC00 £10).
52 – 54 Featherstone Street
We accept all major credit and debit cards. Please call us on 020 7299 6654 or fill in your details on our donation form (pdf) and pop it in the post.
Regular giving via Direct Debit is a very simple and quick process to set up and helps Ovacome plan for the long term while cutting down on administration time. To set up an agreement between Ovacome and your bank for regular giving, please complete the Direct Debit details on our donaton form (pdf) and return to us at the address above.
If you’re thinking of making a donation to Ovacome, it’s worth finding out more about tax-efficient giving. There are some simple steps you can take to make sure more of your money goes where you want it to go: towards helping people with ovarian cancer.
If you pay tax in the UK and you let us know, the government with give Ovacome 25% on top of your donation and it won’t cost you a penny. For example, if you donate £10 we will receive £2.50. We need your full name and address to be able to claim Gift Aid and you must have paid UK tax this year that is at least equal to the 25% we will claim.
A Gift Aid form to return with your donation can be found on our donation form here (pdf).
Give As You Earn
If you earn a salary, or if your pension is paid via PAYE, regular giving is made simple with Give As You Earn. The UK’s largest payroll giving scheme enables you to give directly from your pre-tax salary, so money that would normally go to the taxman goes to charity instead. You just decide how much you want to give each month, then your donation comes out of your pay packet before the taxman touches it. Ask your employer for more details.