Thank you for helping us ensure a safer future for everyone.
There are many ways to donate
With your help we fund valuable research into combating antibiotic-resistant infections, developing new therapies, supporting patients and their families, and educating people to help prevent a global health catastrophe.
Donate to ANTRUK
Every year, hundreds of thousands of people lose their lives to antibiotic-resistant infections. By 2050, estimates suggest this number could be in the millions. Make a donation today to help us fight for a future where routine operations are still safe and common illnesses remain a minor inconvenience.
Find out more about the different ways you can donate below:
Charities Aid Foundation
Donate securely and easily via our online donation page. Don’t forget Gift Aid! The Charities Aid Foundation was set up over 90 years ago to provide donors around the world with a trusted way of supporting the charities they love.
By text message
An easy and quick way to give either a one-off or regular monthly donation.
Donations are taken out of the phone bill at source.
Text FIGHT 10 to 70085 to make a one-time £10 donation
Text ANTI 10 to 70085 to make an ongoing donation of £10 per month.
Please obtain the bill payer’s permission. Age 16+. UK mobile networks only. One off donations charged at £10 + std rate. Monthly subscription donations charged at £10 + std rate each month. Antibiotic Research UK (ANTRUK) is a registered charity in England & Wales (charity no.1157884).
Create your own fundraising page or donate to ours.
Use JustGiving to donate securely, or collect sponsorship for an event or challenge you’re taking part in yourself.Go to our JustGiving page
Direct by BACS
If donating by BACS don’t forget Gift Aid. Download and print a Gift Aid form here.
You can also donate directly via an electronic funds transfer, using our account details below:
Account Name: Antibiotic Research UK
Bank: Lloyds Bank plc
Sort Code: 30-63-64
Account Number: 41313268
If donating by cheque don’t forget Gift Aid. Download and print a Gift Aid form here.
Please make cheques payable to ‘Antibiotic Research UK‘ and send them to:
Antibiotic Research UK
York Science Park
How does Gift Aid help ANTRUK?
Donating through Gift Aid means we can claim an extra 25p for every £1 you give if you’re a UK taxpayer. This includes personal donations you make to us, or if you organise an event and receive sponsorship your donors can include Gift Aid when they donate to you.
Donate in Memory
Remember the life of a loved one with a donation to help make the world a safer place for generations to come. A donation is a touching way to pay your respects to a life well lived. If you think you’d like to discuss or arrange an in-memory collection or individual donation, we can help. Get in touch or visit our JustGiving page to donate in lieu of funeral flowers or set up a tribute fund.
Leave a Legacy
Leave a gift in your Will to ensure your legacy lives on in our fight for a safer world and a safer future. It doesn’t matter how big or small, if you can spare a donation or percentage of your estate after taking care of your loved ones, find out more about Legacies today.
Donate in Celebration
Birthdays, weddings and anniversaries can be the perfect time to support our work for a better future. We can help you set up a donation page, just get in touch to find out more, or if you’re raising money in this way on Facebook, share the Antibiotic Research UK Facebook page so your friends can donate.
Donate shares to ANTRUK
Donating your shares to Antibiotic Research UK is not only a great way to support our work, but it could also be a shrewd financial decision. It’s one of the most tax-effective ways you can give, as you won’t have to pay any capital gains tax on the shares you donate, and you can claim income tax relief too. Get in touch to discuss donating shares.
We’re grateful for every penny you give to help fight antibiotic resistance. We’re dedicated to putting your donations to good use, whether that’s research into helping people affected by antibiotic-resistant infections, the development of new antibiotics, or educating people for a safer future. Thank you for making it possible.
If you have a question about making a donation get in touch, we’d love to hear from you.