Online giving through www.everyclick.com.
If you'd like to donate electronically, we have an account with the Charities Trust who will handle your contribution through 'Everyclick' .
If you Gift Aid, they will also collect this for us from HMRC, helpfully increasing your contribution. Their total charges are 4p /£ which they deduct from the total amount before passing it on to us.
Just register as an everyclick donor which you can do by going to www.everyclick.com. and see how to you can donate to the Cotswolds Prostate Cancer Support Group.
If you'd like to help us whilst shopping on the Internet without any cost to yourself, we also have an 'easyfundraising.org' account.
You can go straight to our own Easyfundraising page on http://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/thecotswoldsprostatecancersupportgroup
Once you have finished shopping, 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.
This does not cost you any money, just a couple of extra mouse clicks to tell Easyfundraising you'd like the store to send their donation to CPCSG.
Simple, effective and you are helping your favourite charity!
We're very grateful for any donations to our charity which may be sent to:The Cotswolds Prostate Cancer Support GroupC/O. The Urology Department St Paul's WingCheltenham General HospitalSandford RoadCheltenhamGL53 7AN
Cheques should be made payable to Cotswolds Prostate Cancer Support Group.
We welcome our dietician friend, Jo Payne, who has returned to talk to us again about how to eat healthily - and tastily too!
We would value your presence and support to elect old and new members as Trustees and Committee members and look for a new Secretary, Treasurer, Publicity Officer and Website Administrator - training given! Don't be shy at stepping forward or encouraging someone you think might fit the bill! Usual friendly tea and chat after the short formalities.
This month our speaker will be Personal Fitness Trainer, Gordon Best who some of you may have already met at Maggies. No plimsoles required...
Please visit our new Treatments page which features an introduction to SpaceOAR Hydrogel, as mentioned by John Copsey in a recent Maggie's meeting.