Pay in money from an event

Find out how to pay in a money raised from taking part in an event or a fundraising activity.

Thank you for supporting Bliss by taking part in an event or fundraising activity! 

We love hearing about what activities our supporters have been taking part in, so when making the donation, please tell us how the money was raised. 

How to pay in the money you raised

Pay in online

You can make a donation payment on our website, select the option 'Money raised from an event' and tell us which event it was.

Pay in your money online

Send a cheque

Make the cheque payable to 'Bliss'

Post it to Bliss, 2nd Floor Chapter House, 18-20 Crucifix Lane, London SE1 3JW.

Please include cover letter explaining what the payment is for and who it is from.

Pay by card over the phone

Call 020 7378 1122 and the fundraising team can take your payment by card over the phone. You will need to know the card details and the address it is registered to.

Please tell us what the payment is for and who it is from.

Bank transfer

To pay by bank transfer, see our bank details below.

Account name: Bliss

Full name: BLISS-NATIONAL CHARITY FOR NEWBORN
Sort Code: 30-99-66
Account no: 02481339
Branch name: Lloyds Bank, Wimbledon 3 St Georges Rd, London, SW19 4DR

Thank you

If you have any photos or further information that you would like to share, please send them to us at events@bliss.org.uk

The money you have raised will help us to continue our vital work, so thank you again for your support.

Every day 220 babies are admitted to neonatal care, and one in four of these little ones will need life-saving intensive care.

Bliss exists to improve the care that premature and sick babies receive across the UK through groundbreaking research and campaigning, while offering the best sort of personal support to new parents going through this difficult journey with their baby.

£10

could provide telephone support to a parent through our helpline

£25

could provide a family with free information booklets on the unit

£50

could support vital research that could transform the future