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Millions of people worldwide need increased access to neurorehabilitation.
Improved rehabilitation is essential to help people recover from the impact of their injuries. These are complex and far reaching and include cognitive changes, physical and sensory problems, fatigue, pain and changes in how they perceive themselves and the world.
Your donation today - monthly or one off - means we can continue our work to deliver practical help and tangible improvements in recovery after brain injury and stroke.
There are so many ways to give to SameYou at no additional cost to you! Take a look at the different ways here...
Did you know that many companies offer to match employee donations making it an easy way for your donation to go even further.
Getting your donation matched is a simple process of contacting your employer’s HR department or searching your organisation’s intranet page for “matching gifts”. They’ll be able to tell you more about their programme and requirements. Billions of dollars or pounds worth of gifts remain unmatched each year – don’t let this be your donation.
We are already registered on several matching gift portals - ask your employer today to see if your donation can go even further!
Donate via Payroll Giving
Payroll Giving is an easy and tax-efficient way for employees to support their favourite charities. As Payroll Giving is regular and planned, it also offers a regular, reliable and long-term source of income to SameYou.
Employees choose how much they want to give each payday (minimum £1), and the charities they want to support. The donation is then taken from their pay before tax, so it costs them less. For example, a donation of £5 per month only costs the donor £4.
If you are a higher-rate tax payer, Payroll Giving is the only method that enables your chosen charity to receive the full tax relief.
Contact: [email protected] for more information on how to set this up.
Support us whilst shopping online
Did you know that you can generate easy and free donations for SameYou every time you shop online? We've partnered with companies that allow you to support SameYou whilst you shop online. These companies allow you to raise money for us at no additional cost to you.
AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support a charity of your choice every time you shop, at no cost to you. When you shop at smile.amazon.co.uk or smile.amazon.com, you’ll have the same shopping experience, with the added bonus that Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price to SameYou.
Easyfundraising is a great way for you to raise money for us just by shopping online with thousands of stores.
Join for free on the Easyfundraising website, select SameYou as your chosen charity, and then whenever you shop online with a participating store, the reminder will let you know that a donation will be made to us if you shop via easyfundraising.co.uk.
Generate free donations for SameYou every time you shop online via TheGivingMachine. It's easy to sign up, and raise a free donation when you shop online with over 2,000 retailers.
Celebrate & Donate!
Whether you are celebrating your birthday, baby shower or wedding, you can help SameYou to change the lives of brain injury and stroke survivors through Celebrate and Donate.
Thank you so much for thinking of us at this special time for - you can set up a fundraising page which makes it simple for people to donate in celebration.
It's easy to sign up by visiting Just Giving and follow the easy steps.
How will your money be used?
During the COVID-19 pandemic, people with stroke and other forms of brain injury can be discharged home early from hospital and get less treatment. In partnership with University College London (UCL), SameYou created a new service called N-ROL to bring rehabilitation virtually into patients homes. This integrated multi-disciplinary rehabilitation programme is tailored to each patient and includes physical, communication and cognitive therapies delivered to groups of up to 10 people at a time. We are currently raising funds for other N-ROL pilot programmes and are already working closely with UCL, University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) and East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust.
Find out more about our work with UCL in this video: