Regular monthly donations through the 100 Club have become the lifeblood of Medic Malawi’s funding providing about 30% of our income. Why not consider joining and donate regularly – you can make a big difference to the lives of many individuals.
Gift Aid – if you are a UK tax payer you can increase the value of your gift by 25% by simply downloading and completing the Gift Aid form here. Please return the Gift Aid form to Medic Malawi, 10 Cathedral Close, Blackburn, BB1 5AA.
Events and Donations
These are always welcome – sponsored events, table top sales, supermarket bucket collections, host a fundraising breakfast or dinner and, of course, personal gifts – all these make up the remaining money we need each month.
Schools, Churches and Clubs
Since the foundation of the charity we have been delighted by the support of schools, churches and clubs including Rotary, Lions etc from across the UK who have given significant financial support through creative fundraising initiatives. To support you in your fundraising we are very happy to arrange for a speaker to come and present or provide downloadable information.
This is a website which channels you to the main shopping sites, but gives a nominated charity part of what you spend. We are a listed charity. Go to easyfunding first, then click us, then to your shopping site.
Virgin Money Giving
A not-for-profit company that gives you the option to create a fundraiser, make a one off donation or setup a monthly donation to Medic Malawi.
Business sponsors (CSR)
A number of businesses support Medic Malawi as part of their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) or charitable giving programme. Because our work is focused in one region of Malawi, businesses are able to see first-hand where their money is going and the difference their support is making. We can tailor make our CSR partner to fit the vision and values of any company and provide opportunity for in country visits to see our work for yourself.
By supporting the work of Medic Malawi your company can be part of a project that is having a significant social impact in one of the poorest countries of the world.
If you have any contacts with other Trusts or grant making foundations we would love to hear from you. Any help you might be able to offer by presenting our work to them would be very welcome.
We have received wonderful support from The Toy Trust, who sponsored the new orphanage and the Children’s ward, and from the Mabel Harper Trust with hospital equipment.