Southampton Hospital Charity helps to enhance the care and treatment of patients, working with our partners to raise funds and provide financial support to areas of the hospital service that lie beyond the scope of NHS funding.
Supporting your local hospital charity is a rewarding experience. You can make a difference to the lives of the 750,000 patients cared for every year by the hospitals' 10,500 staff right now. If you would like your donation to benefit a particular area of the hospital, please let us know so that we can ensure that the money goes to the correct area.
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There are many ways to give to Southampton Hospital Charity:
Donate by credit card
Please contact the Charity on 023 8120 8881 to make a donation by credit or debit card and speak to one of the team in the office. On credit card statements it will read CAF which is the Charity Aid Foundation who we use to process our credit/debit card transactions.
Donate by cheque
You can donate by writing a cheque payable to Southampton Hospital Charity. If you know what fund you would the money to go towards then please write this on the back of the cheque AND in the cover letter. Alternatively we have many wards and departments raising money for specific projects if any of these take your interest.
Please send all cheques to us at: Southampton Hospital Charity, Mailpoint 135, Southampton General Hospital, Southampton, SO16 6YD.
Donate by standing order
A standing order is where you make regular fixed payments to a particular person or organisation. If you wish to set up a standing order then please fill in the form below and send back to us to set up the donation.
Gift Aid increases your donation(s) at no extra cost to you. Please ask for all donations to Southampton Hospital Charity to be treated as Gift Aid donations. Gift Aid claims must be made no later than four years after the end of the tax year to which the claim related. You must be paying income tax or capital gains tax at least equal to the amount being reclaimed by the charity (currently 25p for every £1 given).