Supporters donate funds to The Friends for a wide variety of reasons. 

They may wish to say a "thank you" for the care they or a relative has received at the hospital or to commemorate the passing of a friend or relative. Many donate as they believe that the work that The Friends do, and the way they use donations, is a great way of showing appreciation for the volunteers and the staff at the hospital - as well as improving the patient experience at the hospital.

Supporters can choose to:-

Leave a legacy to the charity - this is one of our most significant sources of income.

Over the years since the Charity was founded approximately half of the Charity's funds have been provided through the generosity of personal legacies.

Set up a fundraising page on Gofundme in memory of someone or for any sponsored activity you are taking part in. 

or set up a permanent Tribute page in memory of someone on

Donate when you buy through Easyfundraising, or even when you sell through eBay

Make a Bank transfer or set up a standing order payable to The Friends of the Hospital of St Cross, 

Unity Trust Bank 

Sort Code           60-83-01

Account number 20456715

Donate online through PayPal Giving Fund where you can make one off donations with no fees deducted! You do not need a PayPal account to do this as the Fund will accept credit or debit card payments. 

If you choose to Donate via the PayPal Giving Fun or donate by way of a bank transfer please email our This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to inform us of any the reason for your donation or any particular wishes for how we should spend your donation.

Alternatively, you might consider sending a cheque made out to 'The Friends of St Cross' and posting it to The Friends of St Cross, Brookfield House, Hospital of St Cross, Barby Road, Rugby CV22 5PX

If you are a UK tax payer then the value of the donation can be increased by 25% by ticking BOTH boxes in the online form or by completing a Gift Aid Declaration form and posting it to our office, along with your cheque or a letter informing us that you have set up a standing order.