If you wish to support us, we welcome donations.   Our normal process has been to provide a link to Virgin Money Giving, but as this is due to close on 30 November 2021, we ask that you email us direct for details until our alternative arrangements are in place.     Our email is here

The Company of Actuaries Charitable Trust Fund

We are very grateful for the generous donation of £3,000 from the Company of Actuaries Charitable Trust Fund.  This has been allocated to a pharamcy bag campaign in SE London / NW Kent commencing 4 March 2019.   

The Hartley Trust

We are enormously grateful for the grant of £5000 from the Hartley Charitable Trust which will enable us to finance our campaign for February 2018 Oesophageal Cancer Awareness Month

The J W Robertson Charitable Trust

We are delighted to announce the donation of £2,000 from the JW Robertson Charitable Trust, set up by John Robertson who died from oesophageal cancer in 2012.   We hope that our campaign to raise awareness of the symptoms of oesophageal cancer will reduce the risks of so many good people like John Robertson being struck down by this disease.


John Bellows

Donations from the family and friends of John Bellows, who sadly died from oesophageal cancer, have totalled over £1,355 in generous donations for which we are profoundly grateful.

Wadhurst Rotary Club

Wadhurst Rotary Club chairman Andrew Collins makes a donation of £1500 to kickstart the campaign

Generous donation from Rowlands Trust

We are delighted to announce a generous donationof £2000 from Rowlands Trust.   We have used some of this money to re-launch our digital advertising campaign with effect from 25 April 2014 and are pleased to see the visits to our website incresing significantly as a result.  So the news is spreading!

Grant from Awards for All

We are delighted to annonce at £10,000 grant from the lottery fund Awards for All, which will fund an awareness campaign in Norfolk starting on 26 January 2015.

Donating to Action Against Heartburn

To avoid needless administration and bureaucracy, the charities involved have not set up a separate charity.   We are all registered charities in our own right, and all have our own special charitable aims in addition to the common purpose of this campaign.


Our bank account, used for common purposes and expenses of campaigns, is administered by the trustees of Barrett's Oesophagus UK to comply with charity law.