As a small Dorset based charity, every donation is crucial in ensuring that we can continue to provide critical financial assistance to individuals and families who are struggling due to cancer.
Could fund a Dorset residents parking or transportation when attending treatment
Could provide private counselling for a Dorset resident to help offer support and understanding through diagnosis
Could pay for a specialised piece of clothing such as a bra or swimwear
Could fund childcare for when an individual is attending treatment
Anything you can give will make all the difference to a Dorset resident struggling financially through cancer. Your money could fund…
Can fund prothesis to help an individual re-build their confidence after their cancer surgery
Can offer respite for the patient and their family, offering some kind of normality whilst dealing with cancer
Can cover a self-employed Dorset residents rent for a month whilst they cannot work due to cancer
Want to set up a regular donation?
Donate regularly or monthly to The Dorset Cancer Care Foundation and together we will fight to ensure that nobody in Dorset struggles financially due to cancer.
You can set up a regular donation, or an amount of your choice, by creating a Standing Order with your bank using the following details:
- Name of account: The Dorset Cancer Care Foundation
- Account Number: 41580965
- Sort Code: 40 46 11
- Branch: HSBC
- Reference: DCCF/RD
Have items to donate instead?
Are you a UK taxpayer? If so, declaring Gift Aid means that we can claim 25% on top of your donation from the government at no extra cost to you.
For example, if you were to donate £10, then we can claim an extra £2.50!
When you make donations to us through our website, JustGiving or any other online platform, there will be a tick box that will allow us to claim Gift Aid on the transaction. Similarly, if you make in-person donations at an event, ask one of our helpful volunteers for a Gift Aid form and we can claim the Gift Aid after the event! Make sure you tick the box if you’re a UK taxpayer.