You are giving a monthlysingle donation of £15
Single donation text etc
Each month, you could help to supply young people with new equipment on our outdoor adventure trips in Cornwall.
£5 will pay for crabbing sets for a trip
£15 will pay for summer essentials water bottle and suncream for a trip
£30 will pay for kit for our volunteers who give up their time to support young people
Text EMCTRUST and your amount* to 70085 (e.g EMCTRUST 15) *If you don’t specify an amount it will default to £5.You will be charged the donation plus your standard rate. Ensure you have the bill payer's permission.
Send a cheque payable to Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust to Units 53-57, East Cowes Marina, Off Britannia Way, East Cowes, Isle of Wight, PO32 6DG
To make a regular donation download and complete this form and return it to Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust to Units 53-57, East Cowes Marina, Off Britannia Way, East Cowes, Isle of Wight, PO32 6DG
Call the fundraising team on 01983 297750 and we will be delighted to give you our bank details so you can transfer money directly and we can give you the 'thank you' you deserve.
If you want your gift to be more tangible or meaningful than making a simple donation, there are a number of other ways to give. If you would like to chat to a member of our team please email email@example.com or call 01983 297750.
Got a celebration coming up? Birthday? Anniversary? Wedding? Instead of gifts, why not ask for a donation to the Trust to support young people in recovery from cancer.
Donate in memory
Celebrating a loved one’s life by donating or collecting in their memory is a very special way for them to leave an enduring legacy in helping young people get their lives back on track after cancer.
Leave a gift in your will
There are a number of people each year who, once they have looked after those they love, leave a small gift to the Trust. It’s always an honour to be chosen.
"I’m not surrounded by busy streets full of perfect people."
For Isaac, his trip was a chance to be around people like him, away from home where people don't have cancer. Visually impaired from having retinoblastoma when he was a baby, Isaac does his best to stay positive.Find out more about the trips Support the Trust