The final step you need to take when it comes to your fundraising, is paying in the money you have raised to Teens Unite.
It’s easy to pay your fundraising in online. Remember to tell us what you’ve been up to.
If you would like your local bank to transfer your fundraising to us, here's the details you need:
Bank – Barclays
Account Name- Teens Unite Fighting Cancer
Account Number- 73848671
Sort Code- 20-74-09
Don't forget to tell us what you've been up to so we can acknowledge your hard work.
Please don’t send cash in the post in case it gets lost!
Send a cheque made payable to ‘Teens Unite Fighting Cancer’ to Bratton House, Church Lane, Broxbourne, Hertfordshire EN10 7QG.
Remember to include a note with your name, address and how the money was raised so we can thank you.
Call us on 01992 440091 and we will be able to debit your card over the phone.
Anyone who is a UK tax payer can choose to Gift Aid their donation if they are not receiving goods or tickets in return.
By claiming Gift Aid, it means Teens Unite receives an additional 25p for every £1 at no expense to the donor.
Having a JustGiving page and donating online means you will automatically have the option to GiftAid your donation. If you are paying in your fundraising through any other way, just request a GiftAid form and we can send this to you.
Thank you for supporting Teens Unite and helping us to bring young people diagnosed with cancer, together.
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