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Wednesday 22nd February 2017

There are a number of ways in which you make a donation to Awyr Las.



If you wish to make a single donation to Awyr Las, please go to www.justgiving.com/awyr and select the amount you wish to donate.

Please indicate the ward, department or service, e.g. Maesdu ward, Llandudno Hospital that you would like your donation to support in the 'Leave a message (optional)' section on the JustGiving page.



If you want to donate on a regular basis to all areas of care covered by Awyr Las, please go to www.justgiving.com/regulargiving



If you want to find out more about fundraising for Awyr Las, some ideas of how to go about it, please go to www.awyrlas.org.uk/get-involved.

Or you can go right to our fundraising page on Just Giving, where you can specify how and why you are fundraising. The sign up process is simple where your sponsors can give quickly, easily and securely, and you can share faster than ever via social media and online. www.justgiving.com/fundraising-page



If you’re interested in taking part in a collection day, helping out at Fundraising events or getting involved in a fundraising group, then please contact the Fundraising Support Team. We’d love to hear from you!

If you’d prefer to volunteer to support patients directly, why don’t you become a Robin? Donations through Awyr Las keep the important Robins Ward Volunteers scheme going.

With us, you can make a real difference to patients in North Wales through organising a collection or fundraising event in aid of the Robins, or you could become a Robin yourself.

Click here for more information on volunteering www.awyrlas.org.uk/volunteer.



You can give in memory of someone special, with us.

“My husband was a patient on Cybi Ward in Ysbyty Gwynedd, where he sadly passed away. We were on holiday in North Wales at the time and live in Greater Manchester, so it was invaluable to us to be able to stay in the family room which had been established following donations made to the ward. I have made a donation to Cybi Ward because I know it will benefit other families of patients on the ward.”
Mrs Raevey, Manchester.

Please contact us to to find out how www.awyrlas.org.uk/contact/get-in-touch



You can leave a bequest in your Will to create a long lasting legacy, with us.

“Having received treatment from the Ophthalmology team at Wrexham Maelor hospital herself, the late Mrs Heatley chose to remember the department in her Will. Mrs Heatley’s generous bequest of over £400,000 has transformed the day unit at the hospital, allowing ophthalmology patients to receive an excellent standard of care in the best possible environment. Through showing her appreciation for the Ophthalmology team in her Will, Mrs Heatley has created a legacy that patients undergoing eye surgery in North Wales will benefit from for many, many years to come. Mrs Heatley’s kind support has funded specific specialist equipment and patient facilities in the new day unit. The new bright and patient-centred unit is now located in an ideal position for patients who are visually impaired. Healthcare staff have received some excellent feedback from patients who feel that the new space is relaxing and comfortable, just what they need before and after undergoing surgery.”
Andrew Davies, Deputy Associate Chief of Staff (Nursing), Surgery

Please contact us to to find out how www.awyrlas.org.uk/contact/get-in-touch



“Gift Aid is fab. Through Gift Aid - tax relief from the Government - charities get extra money from donations. For every £1 donation Awyr Las can claim an extra 25% at no extra cost to us, the donors. By making sure that ALL the people supporting me ticked the Gift Aid box on my sponsorship forms and by checking that I collected full names and home addresses from everyone. The total I raised went from £1,000 to £1,250 because of Gift Aid. That’s 50 birthday cakes or lots of arts and crafts fun for patients!”
Lynda Jones. Fundraiser

Don’t forget you need full names and post codes for Gift Aid!

“It did take some time to collect in all of my sponsorship money after I ran the Anglesey Half Marathon in March, but it was worth the effort as all proceeds went towards the Special Care Baby Unit in Ysbyty Gwynedd. By encouraging all those eligible to include their home address and sign the gift aid declaration on the sponsor form I was able to increase their donations by 25%, which meant more money to support the incredible work carried out on the Special Care Baby Unit every day"
Gareth Hughes