Giving to remember someone special
If someone close to you passes away, and you’re organising the funeral, you can ask people to donate to St John in lieu of flowers. You can also mark the anniversary of someone’s death by making a donation to St John – these are called ‘in memory’ donations and can be made through the donations page. You can choose to make donations in memory at other times too, i.e. on a special anniversary that means a lot to you.
Giving something specific that we need
You might like to donate money for specific items or medical equipment that St John needs. We can help you to select an appropriate item or piece of equipment.
Giving items or products that we could sell
You can donate items that could be sold to raise money for St John. We can potentially turn those items into cash that will help to run our services.
Donating a service
If you or your business performs a service that we could use, talk to us about the possibilities. Pro bono arrangements help to keep our costs down, so that more money can go towards maintaining our emergency and community services.
Ask a question about donating
If you want to talk to us about anything to do with donating, call 0800 ST JOHN (0800 785 646) or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
We’re grateful for anything you can spare. Donations of $5 or more may qualify for a tax rebate.
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Donate over the phone or in person
To make a donation over the phone, call 0800 ST JOHN (0800 785 646). If you’d like to make a donation in person, you can visit your nearest regional office.
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Donate by post
All postal donations are gratefully received and acknowledged. You can post donations to your nearest regional office.
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Leaving a bequest
You can give to St John through your Will. A bequest can be a specific sum of money, a piece of property or a percentage of your estate.
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