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Give in celebration

Getting married?

Thank your guests for celebrating your wedding by making a donation in place of a wedding favour or gift bag.

For couples who wish to donate to APS Support UK in lieu of wedding favours, we can supply you with sleek table celebration cards for your guests. Please contact us and let us know how many you require for your big day – we’ll be happy to send some out to you.

As the name suggests, these cards are not just limited to weddings and can be used at any occasion you choose.

Celebrating a birthday or anniversary?

Make a lasting contribution to our charity when you celebrate your next special occasion by asking for donations instead of gifts.

Whether you’re celebrating a birthday, wedding, anniversary, new baby or any other special occasion, why not consider asking your friends and family to make a donation towards APS Support UK instead of buying you a gift?

In a few simple steps you can set up your own fundraising page and invite your friends and family to make a donation. Don’t forget to set a target and tell people why you’re supporting us. Add some photos to your page too!

Alternatively, you can collect any donations, pay them into your bank account and send them to us via an online donation or by BACS. We still also accept cheques: please send them to us made payable to:

APS Support UK
The Orchard
White Hart Lane
Basingstoke
Hampshire
RG21 4AF

To give in celebration is an inspiring way for friends and family to mark your special occasion, help our life-saving work and raise awareness of APS. Thank you!

Celebration gift card on table Celebration gift card on table inside

We can help

Get in touch with us if you are thinking of giving in celebration. We are more than happy to help and supply you with ideas and leaflets to help raise awareness at the same time.

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