Give a Regular Gift
A regular monthly gift is a cost effective way for the Trust to raise funds, as it keeps our administration costs to a minimum and enable us to plan ahead confident in fact that you have committed to making a donation in the future. This commitment will ensure that more of your donation can go towards the cost of supporting people affected by MSA.
A small regular gift is an easy way to make a larger annual contribution to the Trust, ensuring that Trust continue its vital support to thousands of people affected by MSA in the UK and Ireland.
- £10 each month could provide two families, who are coming to terms with an MSA diagnosis, with a vital support pack offering much needed information.
- £20 each month could give someone the emotional support they need, over the phone, from one of our MSA Nurse Specialists.
- £250 each year could supply an MSA Nurse Specialist to attend one MSA Clinic to provide support to NHS staff.
There are two easy ways to make a regular gift to the Trust: firstly, you can set up a Standing Order or you can donate directly from your pay, if your employer has a Payroll Giving Scheme.
To set up a Standing Order please download and complete the regular giving form below and return to the Trust.
Payroll giving or workplace giving, is one of the best ways to give to the Trust – donations are deducted before tax so we receive more money at no extra cost to you.
To find out how easy it is to set up a regular gift through your pay, read our Payroll Giving Q&A below and follow the footsteps of Alistair Wilson, who competed in the Milton Keynes Marathon to raise funds for the Trust and then signed up to become a payroll giver.
Why I give by Payroll Giving
“I heard about payroll giving from my company and a member from human resources came around to explain it to us. Effectively you can set up to give an amount of your salary to the MSA Trust before tax. This means you have better giving power rather than donations after you have paid tax on your earnings. The Trust is very dear to me after the support given by them to my Uncle Michael who passed away in 2007. Payroll giving is easy to set up and makes a huge difference to the Trust to allow forward planning for the funding they receive. I would highly recommend it.”