Double your donation to Lyme disease research for FREE this Christmas

We are delighted to have been accepted into the Big Give Christmas Challenge for a second year in a row!

It’s the UK’s biggest online match funding campaign, which helps charities raise millions each year, and gives donors an amazing opportunity to double their donation towards the causes they care about.

Last year, our amazing supporters helped us smash our target of £4,000, and raised £5,250. This year, with the launch of our research programme on the horizon, we have a target of £6,000 to raise towards life-changing Lyme disease research!

How does it work?

From 12pm Tuesday 1 December to 12pm to Tuesday 8 December 2019, every donation made via our special Big Give webpage will be doubled*.

So if you donate £10, it becomes worth £20. If you donate £25, it becomes worth £50, and so on.

We know that times are tough for many during the pandemic, and not everyone will be in a position to give. But for those who are able, they’ll have the opportunity to double the impact of their donation and the knowledge that it will reach twice as far.

We need the support of those passionate about our mission to donate whatever they can and help raise £3,000, which will be matched by pledges of £3,000 already secured from generous donors.

Proceeds from the campaign will be added to our Research Innovation Fund, which we announced in our blog on Friday last week.

We hope that you’ll be able to support us, by either donating, or sharing our campaign. Thank you.

Read more about how the campaign works on our Big Give Christmas Challenge webpage, and make sure you’re signed up to our mailing list if you’d like to donate or get updates on the campaign.

*donations will be doubled up the pledge funding is all used.


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