Ways to give

Roald Dahl's Marvellous Childrens Charity

Making a difference no matter what you give

Boy collecting money

There are lots of ways you can give to Roald Dahl’s Marvellous Children’s Charity and we will use your gift to help to make life better for seriously ill children and young people around the UK.

Regular giving:

A regular gift is a really wondercrump way to help because it means we can provide more sustainable support to the children who need it most.

£10 a month could pay for essential equipment for a family caring for their seriously ill child whilst living in financial hardship.

One-off gifts:

You can also make a one off donation to support our work.

£20 could provide a sensory toy to help a child with complex needs to express themselves, or your gift could be used toward funding a Roald Dahl specialist children's nurse.

  • Make an online donation
  • Text - to make a £10 donation Text DAHL14 £10 to 70070
  • Cheque – send your cheque, payable to 'Roald Dahl's Marvellous Children's Charity' to 81a High Street, Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire, HP16 0AL.

Giving in Celebration:

Do you have a birthday, wedding or anniversary coming up? Perhaps it’s a big occasion that you’d like to mark with something really special.

If you’re turning 50 this year, you share your birthday with the publication of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. You could play Willy Wonka to lots of poorly Charlies out there by asking your friends and family to donate instead of buying you presents. Or turn your bucket list into a Charlie Bucket list and take on 50 challenges for your 50th birthday and ask people to sponsor you. You might need a Great Glass Elevator because the sky’s the limit.

Create your own JustGiving page and get your celebrations underway.

If you’re looking for inspiration for your celebrations, check out our A-Z of fundraising ideas.

Giving in Memory:

Whether you’d like to collect donations in lieu of flowers or undertake a challenge to remember, you can celebrate the life of a loved one by raising money in their memory. You can set this up independently with JustGiving or get in touch with our fundraising team for support.