Celebrations and special occasions

A wedding, civil partnership, birthday, anniversary or other important milestones marriage - if there is a reason to celebrate, you can also support our work by asking for donations instead of gifts.

Purple Cake fundraising

Why not ask for donations instead of gifts?

You can support our work to help improve the nation’s urology health by asking for donations to The Urology Foundation instead of gifts.

There are three quick and easy ways you can do this.

Message from a supporter

It feels great to know that our celebration is helping to raise money that will go towards fighting urology disease

Set up a JustGiving page

Set up an online page on JustGiving.com and share it with your friends and family so they can start donating.

Set up a Facebook page

You can also share your fundraising page on your social media channels – Facebook and X (formerly called Twitter) – making it easy for you to fundraise.

Making a donation

If you would prefer to make a one-off donation or set-up a regular gift you can do so online on our Donate page.

Or to make a donation by post send your cheque (made payable to The Urology Foundation) including a covering note with your name and the name of the person celebrating, along with a completed Gift Aid form. Send your donations to us at our office:

The Urology Foundation
1-2 St Andrew’s Hill
London
EC4V 5BY

We will get in touch after your celebration date to let you know how much you have raised. We will also thank everyone who has made a donation for your special occasion.

Celebration favours

Thank your guests by giving The Urology Foundation’s pin badge as your favour. They are the perfect finishing touch to your celebration table and a little different from a traditional gift. For more information get in touch with us on the on events@theurologyfoundation.org or call 020 3417 9820.

 

 

 

 

Donate

Every donation helps us to:

  • invest in urology research: funding more research into urology conditions and cancers
  • advance urology skills: providing and supporting education and training programmes for the medical and scientific urology community leading to better outcomes for urology patients
  • achieve impact: raising awareness, improving understanding  and driving real change based on research outcomes and patient need through policy and campaigns

We can only continue our work with support from people like you.

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