It can be as easy as an extra click or two
We know there is still more that is needed to be done. We rely completely on donations and volunteers to help us continue with our work. There are lots of ways you can help us – you could make a one-off donation, give us some of your time by volunteering or maybe your company might match a donation. Supporting Pseudomyxoma Survivor can be as easy as a click…
You can donate through JustGiving, by a payment in to our bank account or simply by sending a text.
One of our goals is to help patients be diagnosed earlier and be better informed of available treatment and support. You can help us.
Get together with friends, family or colleagues to organise a fundraising event – we are here to support you in every way and we will add your event to our ‘Events’ calendar.
You can involve your company through sponsoring an event or perhaps your employer offers a matched giving scheme.
It’s quick and easy to support Pseudomyxoma Survivor by making donations online through safe, secure websites such as JustGiving and PayPal. If you are outside the UK, that’s ok too.
Make an online donation now via JustGiving. There are several currencies you can choose from.
For UK taxpayers, the Government’s Gift Aid scheme means Pseudomyxoma Survivor can claim the basic rate tax paid on donations. So we get at least 20 per cent more money, at no extra cost to you. Just tick the right boxes!
You can also donate using eBay for Charity/PayPal. Go to our eBay for Charity page and select the ‘Donate Now’ button.
Don’t forget the Gift Aid! While you are there, why not make Pseudomyxoma Survivor your favourite charity on eBay? Just click on the ‘Save as Favourite button’.
To make a donation from your phone by text, send ‘RARE01‘ followed by the donation amount.
So to donate £5, text ‘RARE01 £5‘, to 70070.
Our charity account bank details are as follows:
Yorkshire Bank Plc
Sort Code 05-06-40
Should you wish you money to be donated specifically for research, please let us know and we will ring-fence your donation and include it in our grants to specific research charities.
One of our goals is to help patients be diagnosed earlier and be informed of available treatment and support. You can help us achieve this by doing some awareness raising yourself in your local area or online. There are lots of things we can do to help raise awareness of PMP, appendix cancer and other peritoneal surface malignancies.
Give a talk
Give a talk about your experiences with PMP. This could be at work, at a school, to local clubs and organisations such as the women’s institute, or even to friends and family to help them understand the condition better.
Put up posters
Order our posters to display in your local area. This is a vital way that we can get our information to the people that need it. With permission, you could display these posters in your library, GP’s surgery, local supermarket or newsagent — anywhere that might get people’s attention.
Raise awareness online
Why not use your online social networks such as Twitter, Facebook and Google+ to help raise awareness of PMP? You could tweet facts about it, or add an orchid to your profile picture using a service like Twibbon.
Contact your local media
Write a letter to the editor of your local newspaper. The local press are always looking for interesting articles to print. Share your PMP story and spread some facts about the disease. Tell us about it and we can include a link to the story on our website.
Raise funds when you click
Pseudomyxoma Survivor is registered with most major shopping portals. These allow you to raise money for Pseudomyxoma Survivor whilst you shop and do not cost you anything. It works in a similar way to many other loyalty shopping sites or store loyalty cards, but instead of earning points when you shop, you raise a donation for Pseudomyxoma Survivor instead. How simple is that?
Visit the easyfundraising website before you go shopping online – let’s say you want to buy some shoes from John Lewis – instead of going direct to the John Lewis website, you go to the easyfundraising website first. Find the retailer (John Lewis) you want to shop with and when you click through to their website, easyfundraising send them a message so they know they need to make a donation on anything you purchase. You don’t pay anything extra – the price you pay is the same as if you went directly to the retailer.
Shop online with your favourite stores via The Giving Machine and Pseudomyxoma Survivor will get a donation at no extra cost to you!!! All of the participating online shops on The Giving Machine have agreed to pay a commission in the form of a cash donation every time you click on their link and buy a qualifying product from them. Access the online shop via our link to The Giving Machine to make sure the donation will is triggered and Pseudomyxoma Survivor benefits from the donation. Choose from:- Amazon, Tesco, John Lewis, Asda, Ebay, ToysRUs, B&Q, Staples, PC World, Halfords, Next, Currys, Wallis, Vodafone and many many more Just click on the logo above to join and support us then start shopping and raise some extra pennies for us!
Click on our link to shop with Amazon and you will raise money for Pseudomyxoma Survivor. It doesn’t cost you anything but by doing so, you will generate advertising revenue for us. So you do your shopping, we raise some funds at the same time.
Pseudomyxoma Survivor is a participant in the Amazon EU Associates Programme, an affiliate advertising programme designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.co.uk.
Raise funds and help the environment
Pseudomyxoma Survivor is registered with Recycle 4 Charity who will make us a donation for your empty printer ink cartridges. Go to the Recycle 4 Charity website to order your freepost bags or collection box.
Visit Pseudomyxoma Survivor’s web shop
Wear one of our t-shirts or sports tops and raise some awareness. They are stunning and have been conversation starters! We have posters, leaflets and wristbands too.
Visit our Zazzle store
You can also visit our Zazzle store where you can order mugs, and other items help up to raise awareness and raise some funds too. Zazzle produce each item to order.