Donating to Vasculitis UK

Donating to Vasculitis UK

There are a number of ways you can donate to Vasculitis UK. The quickest and easiest way to make a one-off donation is with:

Donate with JustGiving and PayPal

or with

Make a donation using Virgin Money Giving

Vasculitis UK depends entirely on voluntary donations and fundraising to raise the income needed to continue our work. Because the organisation is run entirely by unpaid volunteers, with no offices or overheads, our admin and running costs are very low, mainly printing and postage. All surplus income goes into funding research.

In addition to donations via JustGiving and VirginMoneyGiving there are a number of other ways you can donate to Vasculitisi UK. These can be as one-off payments by card via PayPal, or by cheque.

If you prefer, a regular payment can be made by setting up a standing order.

Funeral collections and donations in memory of loved ones are a sad but valuable source of income for the Trust. A bequest in your will might help us to continue with our work after your death.

For full details on the various methods of donating please click on the blue side links.

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New trial announced

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New report for Rare Disease Day

Vasculitis UK AGM

07 Mar 2018

A date for your diary


North West Support Group Meeting

17 Mar 2018

Joing the Northwest Support Group for a coffee

Canal Canter for VUK

24 Mar 2018

10k run for VUK

Merseyside, Cheshire and North Wales Support Meeting

27 Mar 2018

Lunchtime meeting in Liverpool

Coffee and Chat in Lincoln

07 Apr 2018

Meeting of Lincoln Vasculitis Support Group

Three Lochs Way

07 Apr 2018

34 Mile challenge for VUK

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