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Donating / Paying

To continue to support and empower, to advocate so that ALK-positive patients throughout the UK can receive the best possible care, live their best lives, and live as long as possible, and to campaign for early diagnosis, the Charity needs a sound financial base so that it can prepare long-term plans.

You can help us!

Donate to or Pay ALK Positive UK


Thank you for your donation / payment!

Other ways to donate/pay

Via cheque or bank transfer

Cheque to:
ALK Positive Lung Cancer (UK)
Old Carw Farmhouse
Carrow Hill
St Brides Netherwent
Monmouthshire, NP26 3AY
Bank Transfer to:
Sort Code: 55-70-34
Account No. 87815672
(include your name as a reference)

Set up a standing order

Please download a standing order mandate and return it to:

ALK Positive Lung Cancer (UK)

Old Carw Farmouse
Carrow Hill
St Brides Netherwent
Monmouthshire NP26 3AU

Memorial Donation

You can celebrate the life of a loved one through a memorial donation in person or by using:

Much Loved
Memory Giving

Both sites allow you to create memorial pages for loved ones.

Leave a Legacy

Bequeathing a legacy to
ALK Positive Lung Cancer (UK)
will help us continue our work of supporting and empowering patients, advocating on their behalf so that they live their best lives for as long as possible and campaigning for early diagnosis.

Company Match Funding

Many companies offer a match funding programme that means for every pound you donate to ALK Positive UK your employer will donate another pound. Several of our members have been able to double the results of their fundraising efforts.

Perhaps you, a family member or a friend work for a company that offers this facility.

Make a Gift Aid Declaration

Boost your donation by 25p for every £1 you donate!

Gift Aid is reclaimed by the charity from the tax you pay for the current tax year.

Set up a Fundraising page with

Just Giving

All money raised is used to support patients and empower them to be expert patients, to advocate for high and consistent care throughout the UK and to campaign for early diagnosis.

Anyone with lungs can get lung cancer.

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