Support our work

How a donation could help:

£50 could pay for the costs for a Midwife to attend a Life Saving Skills course.

£100 could pay for equipment for use in training to help the newborn baby.

£200 could pay for basic laboratory equipment for research.

£500 could help pay for equipment (an Obstetric phantom) to train doctors in dealing with emergencies.

£1,000 could pay for a powerful microscope for use in research.

Ways you can help us:

  • by making a donation
    You can make a donation at any time. Please make your cheque payable to the Puffin Trust.  If you are a UK taxpayer then you can help us to make your gift go further by signing a Gift Aid Declaration, meaning we can claim back an extra 28% of the value of your gift from the Inland Revenue – which doesn’t cost you anything, but will make a huge difference to us.
  • by making an ‘in memoriam’ gift
    Making a donation in memory of a friend or relative can also help us carry on our work. People often ask for donations to charity instead of flowers at a funeral and we can provide information on our work and Gift Aid forms if you wanted to do this.
  • by leaving a gift in your will
    Every gift is greatly appreciated and makes a difference. Writing a will and leaving a gift is one way to help us.
  • by taking part in or organising a fundraising event
    Events can be a fun way not only to raise funds for us but also highlight  the work that we do. They may range from small events such as a coffee morning right up to organising a fashion show or taking part in a marathon.

How to make a donation:

You can make a donation online through :


If you prefer to make a donation by cheque, then please make your cheque payable to the Puffin Trust and send this to The Puffin Trust, c/o Day Obstetric Unit, Royal Jubilee Maternity Hospital, Grosvenor Road, Belfast BT12 6BB. If you are a UK taxpayer, by signing a Gift Aid declaration, the Puffin Trust can reclaim 28% of the value of the gift at no extra cost to you.  Download and fill in the Gift Aid form

Mr Pruffin Trust