Every donation, no matter how big or small, helps us continue to help people in the Canterbury region who would otherwise not receive their treatment.
Every regular donation no matter how big or small helps us continue to give information and support to the people in the Canterbury region who would otherwise not receive their treatment.
The Canterbury Charity Hospital Trust’s bank account number is 02 0800 0190893 00.
We have started giving all our regular donors have been given individual Donor Numbers/Customer IDs to would make it easier to donate on line. If you would like a Donor Number please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Canterbury Charity Hospital has EftPOS at its hospital at 349 – 353 Harewood Road in Bishopdale if you would like to make a donation in person. Our hours are 8am until 4.30pm week days.
Regular gifts are vital to the Canterbury Charity Hospital Trust as they allow us to plan for the future, safe in the knowledge that funding is secure. Even small regular donations quickly add up to significant contributions. Regular giving helps us reduce administration costs and assists us with long term planning.
If you would like to give a regular donation, the bank account number the Canterbury Charity Hospital Trust is 02 0800 0190893 00. Please include your name and address. A tax receipt will be automatically sent to you at the end of the financial year.
Please include your Donor Number/Customer ID in the particulars section when you are making a donation using internet banking so it makes it easier for us to send you a receipt. If you don’t have a Donor Number please email email@example.com with the date, name, address and amount so we can send you a receipt.
The Canterbury Charity Hospital Trust’s bank account number is 02 0800 0190893 00. If you need a donor number please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Buying copies of our Sylvester books is another way to help raise funds for the Charity Hospital.
If you want to make a meaningful gift to Canterbury Charity Hospital Trust, there is an easy way to do it – just name the Canterbury Charity Hospital Trust in your will. This is not an out of pocket expense that will affect your current standard of living. The money comes out of your estate, after your death. However the gift is going to be given is something you can cherish right now.
Your solicitor will be able to advise you on how to make the request.
If you make a bequest to Canterbury Charity Hospital Trust, please make it known to us so we can thank you today for your gift to the people in the Canterbury region in the future.
If you are having issues making a donation please contact Rosie Graham at the Charity Hospital at email@example.com.