Return your money
We're so grateful for every penny you raise to help us continue to support as many people with cancer, and their families, as we can.
Find out everything you need to know about returning the money you raise to Maggie's.
If you fundraised online
If you set up your online sponsorship page on JustGiving the money you raise is returned automatically to us so you don’t need to do anything more.
Offline fundraising – how to return your money
If you fundraised offline then please follow these steps to make sure that the money you raised is added to your fundraising total.
- Complete a paying in form and place it in an envelope
- Enclose your sponsorship form
- Make sure that cheques are in date and made payable to Maggie’s centres
Send all cheques and paperwork to:
10 Dumbarton Road
Please don’t send us cash through the post, instead please bank it and send us a cheque or postal order to cover the amount or pay it directly to your JustGiving page.
Gift Aid – what is it?
If you are a UK tax payer your fundraising can be increased by 25% if your sponsors are eligible and tick the Gift Aid box when donating via your online fundraising page, or on your sponsorship form.
So for an eligible donation of £40, we can reclaim an extra £10 back in tax at no expense to your or the sponsor.
How do you Gift Aid your support?
It’s very easy to Gift Aid your support. If you are completing a donation form simply tick the Gift Aid box.
Alternatively you can download and complete a Gift Aid form.
Please return the form to our Supporter Care Team at the above address. If you would prefer, just give us a call on 0300 123 1801 and we will update your record and send you a confirmation letter.
Download a Gift Aid form
Make sure you remind your sponsors to Gift Aid their online donations. This means we can collect an extra 25% on the donation at no extra cost to you or your sponsor.
Stories from our fundraisers
Fiona's story – telling my story at Culture Crawl
Martin's story – Culture Crawl helped us say thanksRead story
Graeme's story – why I cycled 1,180 miles for Maggie’sRead story
How your money helps
means someone with cancer can spend an hour with a Benefits Advisor to help them get financial support
covers the cost of a ‘Getting Started’ session, helping someone with cancer learn to manage their diagnosis and treatment
means a family can get ongoing support from a Psychologist, helping them after losing someone with cancer