Make a Donation
Can you donate the cost of a chocolate egg to DSUK this Easter?
Thanks to our awesome fundraisers, last year we were able to help more than 500 families living with Dravet Syndrome - from providing grants and other support, sharing expert information around COVID-19 and funding innovative medical research.
Can you help us to support even more families this year? Donating the cost of an Easter egg today can make a big difference to the support we provide tomorrow. It's easy to give money to DSUK - read on to find out more.
By text message
It's easy to donate by text*. To donate £3, text DSUK to 70331. To donate £5, text DSUK to 70970 To donate £10, text DSUK to 70191.
*Fundraising, payments and donations will be processed and administered by the National Funding Scheme (Charity No: 1149800), operating as DONATE. Texts will be charged at your standard network rate. Please click the link for Terms & Conditions.
By setting up a standing order
Monthly giving provides a dependable base of support, ensuring donations are invested in long-term projects. Click here to download a standing order form.Download the Form
By bank transfer
You can submit fundraising money directly to our charity bank account: CAF Bank, Account number: 00019572, Sort Code: 40-52-40. When the security message appears, click to accept and proceed.
Please make cheques payable to "Dravet Syndrome UK" and send to our registered address at: Dravet Syndrome UK, PO Box 756, Chesterfield, S43 9EB
Add the ‘Donate’ button to your Facebook page, posts or videos. Tag https://www.facebook.com/dravetsyndromeuk and follow the instructions. Donors can choose to give a one-time or monthly recurring gift.Visit our Facebook Page
Living with Dravet Syndrome in COVID-19 lockdown
Watch this short video to find out about the vital services DSUK provided for families living with Dravet Syndrome during the COVID-19 lockdown.
Why fundraise for us?
Click here to find out how your donations help us achieve our mission of improving the lives of those affected by Dravet Syndrome through support, education and medical research.