HOW TO DONATE

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DONATE ONLINE NOW

Use this button to donate online now. Every penny you give us will go towards helping a child smile again. Please, please give what you can and help Radio 2 raise lots of much needed cash for Children in Need.

    BY CREDIT OR DEBIT CARD

    Call our donation phone line on 0845 733 2233 (local call). You can use any of the following cards to make your donation:

    • American Express
    • MasterCard
    • Visa
    • Delta
    • Switch
    • Diners Club
    • CAF Charity Card
    • Solo
    • Electron

      AT A BANK OR BUILDING SOCIETY

      Use the BBC Children in Need Appeal paying-in slip available from the branch, which has our details on it. But if you deal with your bank or building society by phone or online, you'll need to know them.

      Bank details:
      HSBC Bank
      27-32 Poultry, London EC2P 2BX
      Sort code: 40-05-30
      Account name: BBC Children in Need Appeal
      Account number: 51535293

        AT A POST OFFICE

        Pay in your money through 'FREEPAY 1066'.

          BY POST

          Make a cheque, postal order or CAF voucher payable to the BBC Children in Need Appeal and send it to:

          BBC Children in Need Appeal
          PO Box 1000
          London, W12 7WJ

            BY PAYPAL

            You can donate instantly using your PayPal account. Donations can be sent to paypalpudsey@bbc.co.uk.
            or to your local BBC Children in Need office.


            REMEMBER, EVERY PENNY YOU DONATE WILL BE USED TO MAKE A POSITIVE DIFFERENCE TO THE LIVES OF DISADVANTAGED CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE IN THE UK

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