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You are amazing.  Our fundraisers are absolutely vital as they provide the funds we need to continue educating families and health professionals to prevent devastating infections in babies. Without people like you, we couldn’t continue our work to protect babies – thank you.

There are several ways you can pay any sponsorship money to Group B Strep Support, please see the details below and don’t forget to let us know when and how you made the donation so we can be sure to let you know it arrived safely:-

Online:                        Pay your money in online.  Please note if you have set up a JustGiving or Virgin Money Giving page then you don’t need to do anything. They will send us the money directly that people have donated.

Over the phone:        You can pay in your sponsorship money over the phone by using your debit or credit card by calling 01444 416176 (Monday-Friday 9:15am-3:00pm).

At a Bank:                  Please get in touch with us on 01444 416176 or by emailing [email protected] if you would like to make a direct transfer or pay in person at  your local HSBC bank.

By post:                      Simple make your cheque payable to ‘Group B Strep Support’ and send it to:

Group B Strep Support

PO Box 203

Haywards Heath

West Sussex

RH16 1GF

Don’t forget to include a paying-in form and sponsorship form.

Please don’t send cash in the post.

We’d love to hear how you have raised funds for Group B Strep Support, so when making the donation, please leave a comment to let us know how the money was raised. If you have any photos or further information that you would like to share, please send them to us at [email protected] 

Did you know that many companies throughout the UK offer employees the chance to boost their fundraising efforts by ‘matching’ the money they raise? Some companies will even match gifts to spouses and retirees.

This can be a simple way of doubling or event tripling the amount you raise! In the first instance, check with your manager to see if your employer operates a matched giving scheme.

The money you have raised will help us to continue our vital work, so thank you again for your support.