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Ways To Give

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There are various ways you can support Gold Geese and help us achieve our goals.

It’s thanks to you that we can be there for every local family affected by childhood cancer – thank you so much!

There are various ways you can support Gold Geese and and help us achieve our goals.

Please know, if you can’t give money there are other ways you can help.

Give Money

Every penny counts, from a regular direct debit to a one-off donation, your kindness will help local families affected by childhood cancer.

If you would like to give directly to Gold Geese, please use our details below.

  • Account name: GOLD GEESE
  • Bank: Metro
  • Sort code: 23-05-80
  • Account number: 28300705

Alternatively you could text GOLD and the amount you’d like to do donate to 70580. For example, GOLD15 to donate £15.00

Or, please use the donate button below to donate through our JustGiving page.

Give your time (volunteering)

Volunteer to help at an event, help with admin or share your skills (we would love some graphic design help!)
If you’re able to help contact [email protected]

Give in memory

Making a gift to Gold Geese in your loved one’s name is a special, personal way to remember them and make their spirit live on.

If you would like to organise a collection, let your funeral director know you would like Gold Geese to receive donations in memory of your loved one. They should be able to administer this for you and forward all donations to us at the following address

Leaving a gift in your Will

Leaving a gift in your Will to Gold Geese can help us be there for every local family affected by childhood cancer.

Information for executors and solicitors
Gold Geese’s registered charity number is 1182332 (England & Wales) and our registered office address is
Gold Geese, Kingsley House, 22-24 Elm Road, Leigh on Sea, Essex SS9 1SN

If you are administering a Will that includes a gift to Gold Geese, please get in touch with us on [email protected].

Donate Blood

Children on chemotherapy often need blood and platelet transfusions, so we encourage people to donate to help ensure hospitals have the supplies they need.

To donate blood you will need to:
  • be generally fit and well
  • be aged between 17 and 65
  • weigh between 7 stone 12 lbs (50kg) and 25 stone (158kg)
  • have suitable veins (they will check these before you donate)
  • meet all donor eligibility criteria (they will check this with you before you donate)


Join the stem cell register

Children with cancer sometimes need a bone marrow transplant.

While around 30% find a match in their family, a huge number need an unrelated donor, so we partner with national charity DKMS to organise swab drives, promote stem cell donation and bust myths about what’s involved.

  • If you are aged between 17 and 55 years and in general good health, then you may be able to register as a blood stem cell donor.
  • If you register when you are 17, you will not be able to donate blood stem cells yet, but on your 18th birthday, you will automatically be activated in the DKMS database and included in the global donor searches.
  • If you have previously registered with DKMS or another donor centre, there is no need to do so again, as you will already be available for searches worldwide.
  • If you have been diagnosed with any chronic or serious illnesses (whether current or in the past), please check with DKMS before signing up.

Join the stem cell register as a young person

When you turn 18 you can enlist on the worldwide bone marrow donor list.

If you become a match for a patient, anywhere in the world, you will be asked to donate your stem cells/bone marrow to potentially save their life.

If you are over 18 please click here.

If you are turning 18 soon, fill in our pledge form below to BECOME A DONOR when you turn 18, we will send you a reminder on your 18th birthday!