Your support is vital to our work. 

Whether you are fundraising for Demelza, volunteering for our charity, taking part in a charity event, or trying your luck on our charity Lottery, your time and donations go a long way to helping us transform the lives of children and young people.

Ways to support Demelza

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Fundraise for us

Whether you’re at home, at work, in school or in your local community, we’ve pulled together some ideas and options for you. Every penny you raise helps us fund vital care.

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Volunteer with us

No matter what role they undertake, all our volunteers are helping us to continue the vital work we do. Whether you have just a couple of hours a week, or can devote more time, we would love to hear from you.

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Demelza holds a range of events suitable for everyone. Ranging from challenging physical activities, to Christmas carol celebrations, there's something for everyone.

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Our Lottery is one of the simplest and most sustainable ways you can support Demelza. From just £1 a week, you could win the Demelza Lottery at the same time as you help children with serious or life-limiting conditions.

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Leave a gift in your Will

Leaving a gift in your Will is one of the most valuable and lasting ways that you can support Demelza. Not only will you know where your support is going, but you’ll know you have helped us help others.

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Trusts and Foundations

Gifts from Charitable Trusts and Foundations make a huge difference to the families we support. We are so grateful to everyone who chooses to donate to us.

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The value of your support

Every hour you volunteer and every pound you raise, helps fund vital care. We couldn't provide the support we do without your help.

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The value of your support
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