Donate now Donate Ways to give: Online: click the donate button on this page and you will be taken straight through to our online giving page By Post: Cheques and CAF vouchers can be sent by post using the below details: Cheque payable to: Leukaemia UK Address: Leukaemia UK, 52 Portland Place, Marylebone, London, W1B 1NH By BAC's: if you would like to pay in your donation by BAC's please contact our team at [email protected] and they will get back to you with the details and your personalised reference number Donations are absolutely vital to our work. Your donation will enable us to fund the most innovative research and ensure we can provide the best support for those affected by leukaemia and other blood cancers Leukaemia UK has been working hard to help improve the treatment and care of blood cancer patients for more than 40 years. Our charity likes to support projects that make the wellbeing of people dealing with blood cancers their first priority. Leukaemia UK also works closely with health professionals and hospitals to identify areas where we can make a positive contribution so your donations are spent where they will have the most significant impact. How are your donations used? As a leading blood cancer charity, we support projects that have an immediate or near-future benefit to patients and the treatment and cure of leukaemia, Hodgkin and other lymphomas, myeloma, myelodysplasia and other blood cancers. Our research: Leukaemia UK is currently funding several research projects which are investigating how to improve treatment options and developing easier ways to diagnose blood cancers. Our Mind & Body project: Dealing with a blood cancer diagnosis can be both physically and emotionally draining. We believe advances in medical treatments need to be matched by much greater emotional and wellbeing care for people affected by blood cancers. Getting the right care and support can help everyone's ability to cope, which is why we're helping to fund specialist staff posts to help people get better, sooner. Our Helping Hand Fund: Some people experiencing real financial hardship as a result of their blood cancer may qualify for a one-off grant. Applications must be supported by the consultant or specialist nurse treating the patient. We rely entirely on voluntary donations, which means every contribution matters. Donate now to help us make a real difference to those affected by blood cancers. Thank you!