Working with the East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust, the charity is a separate legal entity registered with the Charity Commission. The charitable fund registered number is 1047987.
The charity operates for the benefit of patients, staff, and the health of the population, in support of the Trust’s values and strategic goals. The work of the charity is envisioned to be beyond that ordinarily afforded by the NHS.
Ways to donate
We are always grateful for any donation received, whether it is large or small.
If you wish your donation to be used for a specific fund, station or community first responder group, please specify this and we will do our best to accommodate your wishes.
When sending a donation by cheque, please provide your name, address, details of your donation and whether you would like to add Gift Aid*. Please send your cheque made payable to ‘East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust – Charitable Fund’ to:
East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust,
If you wish your donation to be used by a specific fund, please write the name of the fund on the back of the cheque.
Donate online through our JustGiving page:
Visit our JustGiving page here - https://www.justgiving.com/eofeambulance
What is Gift Aid*?
Gift Aid allows us to reclaim the tax that you have already paid on your donations.
This means that, if you are a UK tax payer, your donation can increase by 25% at no extra cost to you. For every £1 you give, we can reclaim 25p.
Direct debit / Standing order
If you wish to make a regular donation, you can set up a direct debit or standing order. This can be monthly, quarterly or annually and you can specify when you want the amount to be taken from your bank account.
Leaving a legacy?
Leaving a gift in your will to our charitable fund is a wonderful way for your generosity to last beyond your lifetime. This could either be a fixed amount or could be part of the residue of your estate.
If you would like to do this, please contact the Charitable Funds Accountant when making or amending your will. Our team work with solicitors around bequests to ensure that the donor’s wishes are carried out.
Making a gift in memory
Charitable gifts instead of flowers
At the time of a funeral, many people prefer to ask relatives and friends to make a donation to a charitable cause in place of flowers.
Donating to a charitable fund, station or community first responder group
Charitable donors can specify to support our General Charitable Fund or a particular fund, ambulance station or community first responder (CFR) group which has a special relevance to them or that of a friend or relative.
If you would like more information about Charitable Funds or would like to make a donation, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The annual reporting period of the Charitable Fund is from 1 April to 31 March each year. These are filed with the Charity Commission annually by 31 January of the year following. The latest independently reviewed annual report and financial statements are for the year to 31 March 2018 and are available on the Charity Commission website.