Making a One Off Donation
You can make a donation to Pregnancy Sickness Support in the following ways:
Virgin Money Giving
This is the best option for the charity as we are able to collect Gift Aid without further administration costs
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 Charity Checkout or Virgin Money Giving are the best ways for you to donate and maximises 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 Charity Checkout
Set up a direct debit with Virgin Money Giving
30% of pregnant women in paid employment need time off work due to NVP.
85% of pregnant women have two episodes of nausea per day.
Nausea & vomiting in pregnancy (NVP) is very common, on average it affects 70-80% of pregnant women to a greater or lesser extent.
You are not aloneIf you think you are suffering from HG please call us for support on: 024 7638 2020
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Volunteer Peer Supporters work with sufferers on a 1-2-1 basis via text, email, phone or sometimes face to face throughout their pregnancy while symptoms persist
"If it wasn't for the helpline I wouldn't have got the help and the treatment I needed to cope."