You can donate online via our JustGiving page. If you have a specific area you would like it to go to, please let us know. Any donations which don’t have a specific area will go into our “Helping Hand” fund, which targets the areas with the most need.
We welcome donation cheques through the post, but please do not send cash. Cheques should be made payable to Swansea Bay Health Charity, and the department that you wish to benefit from your donation should be written clearly on the back.
Our address is Swansea Bay Health Charity, Headquarters, 1 Talbot Gateway, Port Talbot, SA12 7BR
Please include a note about yourself and your contact details including your email address so that we can send you confirmation that we have received your donation. We will not use your contact details for anything else.
Many of the people who donate to the Health Charity will be making that donation in memory of a loved one.
To support family and friends during what can be very difficult times, we can liaise with funeral directors to ensure donations in lieu of flowers are carefully receipted.
We can also support friends and family who plan to undertake fundraising in tribute of their loved one.
Please feel free to contact us to chat through the options.
Having made arrangements to leave gifts for family, friends or loved ones in your will, a legacy or bequest to Swansea Bay Health Charity is a way of ensuring that others might receive support from us long into the future.
A common misconception is that a legacy has to be an enormous sum of money. This is not the case. No matter how small or how large your gift you can be sure it will make a difference to our work.
Should you decide to support Swansea Bay Health Charity in this way, you must firstly decide on what type of gift you would like to leave – a pecuniary bequest (a fixed sum of money) or a residuary bequest (a percentage of your estate). We advise that you consult a solicitor on what is best for your particular circumstances.
We recommend that you use a solicitor to draft your will to ensure that the wording of your will meets your wishes. A properly drafted will ensure that your wishes will be honoured.
We are often asked if gifts can be used to fund certain work or purchase a particular piece of equipment. We endeavour to abide by our supporters’ wishes at all times but please remember that by the time your will becomes effective the health care landscape may well have changed in terms of equipment and treatments. We would therefore request that you donate to a specific fund as opposed a specific purpose so your donation is used in the best possible way.
You don’t have to donate money to be a donor. Each year we receive invaluable support from companies who are able to donate goods, services or their employees’ time to the charity. Your time is valuable to us whether it’s used for raising money at a workplace or with friends, distributing publicity information, selling event tickets or volunteering with us.
Donating a gift in kind is a great way to support our fundraising efforts helping us save money and furthering our work.
- Donate prizes for a raffle or auction.
- Volunteer your professional services or skills to help with our fundraising efforts or simply volunteer your time to help marshal or bucket collect at our events.
- Support our events by offering your products or services, for example help us provide refreshments for guests.