Donate via text, phone or post

At The Brain Charity, we help people pick up the pieces so they can rebuild their lives.

Each year we help thousands of people from all over the UK. Please donate today.

Don’t want to donate online?

It’s quick and easy to make a one-off or regular donation to The Brain Charity via our website.

However, if you would prefer to donate to The Brain Charity via text, phone or post, please follow the instructions below. Alternatively, contact the fundraising team on fundraising@thebraincharity.org.uk or 0151 298 2999 and they’ll be in touch.

Donate by text

Text BRAIN to 70460 to donate £3 now.

Texts cost £3 plus one standard rate message. You’ll also be opting in to hear more about our work and fundraising via phone/SMS. If you’d like to give £3 but do not wish to receive marketing communications, text BRAINNOINFO to 70460.

Donate by phone

Call 0151 298 2999 and ask to speak to the fundraising team to make a donation over the phone.

Postal donations

Please send your cheque or postal order, made payable to ‘The Brain Charity’, to:

The Brain Charity,
Norton Street,
Liverpool,
England,
L3 8LR.

Setting up a Standing Order

Donating regularly to The Brain Charity via Standing Order is hassle-free for you, and helps us plan ahead.

If you already have Standing Orders set up for your utility bills, rent or mortgage, why not add The Brain Charity to your list and support the 1 in 6 people living with neurological conditions each month, without having to remember?

Get in touch with your bank or building society to organise a regular donation, or use your online banking app to set up a Standing Order. Click here to download all the information you will require.

You can also set up a Direct Debit online by clicking here and selecting ‘monthly donation’.

Fundraiser Marie, who learned to walk again after a brain tumour and is now running the London Marathon for The Brain Charity

How your donation makes a difference

Read real life stories about how The Brain Charity helps people with neurological conditions, and their families, friends and carers.