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There are currently 335,000 people living with chest, heart and stroke conditions in Northern Ireland and these people are more vulnerable to the effects of COVID-19. 

By joining our Challenge 335, you can help raise funds for our COVID-19 Recovery Service so we can provide vital ongoing care and support to survivors of the virus as they recuperate.

A survey from the Office of National Statistics shows that 53% of households in the UK saved money during lockdown due to reduced travel costs, eating out, entertainment and gym memberships, with the biggest saving on fuel.

How much have you saved..? If you’d like to find out how much you’ve saved on fuel during lockdown, just click the button below.

Donate your dosh!

We’d be delighted if you would consider donating some or all of your savings during lockdown to us. Why not donate £33.50, to help us support people who caught COVID-19 during the pandemic and are now starting the long road to recovery? It would make a massive difference to us and to them.

Declutter and Donate!

As well as donating you could also have a clear-out and sell your unwanted items on sites such as eBay, Facebook Market Place or Gumtree to raise funds. Once you’ve pocketed your pounds we’d be incredibly grateful if you’d then consider donating a percentage of what you’ve made to our COVID-19 Recovery Service.

Check out our guide ‘How to pay in your money’ to find the easiest way to send your money to us. Click here to see the top selling sites in the UK for more inspiration.

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Donating money to charity is good for you! Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) Online says the benefits are:

  • It makes you feel good and is a major mood boost.
  • Giving to charity strengthens your personal values.
  • Your donation is more impactful than ever with the impact of the pandemic.
  • It sets a good example for your family and children.
  • It encourages family and friends to do the same, which feels pretty good!

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