We welcome donations to our charity which may be sent to:
The Cotswolds Prostate Cancer Support Group
C/O. The Urology Department
St Paul's Wing
Cheltenham General Hospital
Cheques should be made payable to Cotswolds Prostate Cancer Support Group.
Should you wish to donate electronically, we have an account with the Charities Trust who will handle your contribution through their 'everyclick' portal.
If you Gift Aid, they will also collect this for us from HMRC, thereby increasing your contribution. Their total charges are 4p /£ which they deduct from the total amount before passing it on to us.
You will need to register as an everyclick donor and you can do so by going to www.everyclick.com. where there are a number of ways you can donate funds to the Cotswolds Prostate Cancer Support Group.
Should you wish to make a contribution to us whilst shopping on the Internet without any cost to yourself, we also have an 'easyfundraising.org' account.
All you need to do is register as a shopper at www.easyfundraising.org and every time you wish to shop on the Internet you first open your account and then use this to jump to the web site of the store you wish to buy from (e.g. Amazon, John Lewis, M&S and lots more).
Once you have finished your purchases a small percentage of your order cost (typically 1.5%) is given to us by the store as a thank you for shopping with them.
Please note this does not cost you any money, just a couple of extra mouse clicks and the effort of remembering to shop online through this account so that easyfundraising knows which charity you want the store to send their donation to.
Simple, effective and you are helping your favourite charity!
We have just heard that Maggie's has had to close as a result of the adverse weather conditions so we are sadly unable to have our Christmas social. We apologise for the late notification and hope that you have a Happy Christmas and a good New Year.
We welcome Nikole Hawkins who is MacMillan Next Steps Cancer Rehabilitation Lead in Gloucestershire.
A return visit from Dr Steve Allen, retired consultant anaesthetist, who will talk about dealing with incontinence.