Making a One Off Donation
You can make a donation to Pregnancy Sickness Support in the following ways:
If you can't gift aid your donation then PayPal is a convenient way to send us funds. All credit cards are accepted and you don't need a PayPal account
Regular Monthly Donations
For small charities like ours monthly donations from our supporters are absolutely crucial and can help demonstrate to other funders that our work is supported by those using the services.
If you would like to set up a monthly donation then there are two ways and which one is best for the charity depends on whether or not you are a UK tax payer and therefore if we can claim gift aid.
If you are a UK tax payer and are happy to gift aid the monthly donation then Enthuse is the best way for you to donate and maximise the amount we receive with minimal administration for us.
If you are not a UK tax payer and therefore we cannot claim gift aid then a direct debit direct to our account ensures we receive the full amount. You can contact us via email for the details to set that up.
Set up a regular donation with Enthuse
Become a Corporate Partner
Pregnancy Sickness Support, supported over 2,500 seriously ill pregnant people last year and we are on track for exceeding that number in 2021, this lifeline of support is made possible by the generous donations from companies like yours. You can help ensure no phone call goes unanswered by donating a £ or % from the sales of your products or services to our cause. Pledge your donation today in a legal, simple and sustainable way via our Work for Good page. Pregnancy Sickness Support | Work for Good .
CLICK HERETo visit our dedicated fundraising page for more information on other ways which you can support Pregnancy Sickness Support
Did you know?
Early access to treatments is likely to be more effective and may prevent symptoms developing into HG
You are not aloneIf you think you are suffering from HG please call us for support on: 024 7638 2020
BBC Shropshire talk HG and PSSA huge thank you to Kirsty and Andrew who both spoke so honestly on Radio Shropshire about Kirsty's experience...
Be kind to yourself and get as much help as you can from others. We are also here for you via our helpline, forum a… https://t.co/nyH0CPcH4G
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Take part in research
Have you experienced a pregnancy affected by Hyperemesis Gravidarum (HG)? Do you want to tell your story for research?
"You've been there for me and I've not felt alone."