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Regular giving

Every day patients across our hospitals feel the benefit of the generosity of people like you; from funding state-of-the-art medical equipment and the latest research, to making our hospital a more comfortable and attractive place for patients of all ages.

Your regular donation will help us plan ahead and make a difference to the lives of thousands of patients and families across our hospitals.

You can set up a regular donation in several ways.

Donations will be made to areas of greatest need across the hospitals, however, if you wish to support a specific area, please include this in the 'Leave a message to your charity' message box that comes up near the end of the donation process.

To enable us to thank you personally for your donation, please tick the 'Receive a thank you' message box, so we can thank you and stay in touch. If you do not tick this box, we will not be given your name and address so we will be unable to contact you.

You can opt out of receiving communications from us at any time, and we will never share your information with any other organisation.

Do remember to tick the Gift Aid box if you are a UK taxpayer, as that will increase your donation by 25 percent.

You can also use this form to set up a standing order:

Please either return it by email or in writing to:

  • Oxford Hospitals Charity
    OUH Cowley
    Unipart House Business Centre
    Garsington Road
    Oxford OX4 2PG

Please contact us if you would like to discuss your donation, or to have a donation form posted to you.

Winifride's story

Winefride Brack

"I can't express my gratitude enough to them. They are miracle workers and have kept me alive."

These are the words of retired head teacher Winefride Brack, who gives £5 a month to ORH Charitable Funds.

Mrs Brack, who lives in Chipping Norton, has a form of blood cancer. Since being diagnosed in the 1990s, she has attended the Haematology Unit at the John Radcliffe Hospital, where she is under the care of consultant haematologists Dr Tim Littlewood and Dr Andy Peniket.

She added: "It is a small way of paying them back and setting up a standing order is the easiest way to do it."

Eleanor Jones, Head of Fundraising, said: "Mrs Brack gives regularly each month and her gift is invaluable to us. Knowing what is coming in gives us a much clearer idea of our income and allows us to budget for expenses that are coming up.

"We can better plan for major expenditure, such as buying expensive pieces of equipment that are beyond the reach of the NHS budget. This helps ensure Oxford is leading the way in innovative and effective treatment.

"Whether it is £5 or £50 a month, when people set up a standing order it makes a huge difference to what we can achieve."