Ways to donate
Donate online or discover other ways to raise money to support the Institute.
You can make a single or a regular gift using the University’s secure online giving pages.
All donations are processed through the University of Edinburgh Development Trust before going directly to the Institute for Regeneration and Repair.
Donate by post
The downloadable donation form will enable you to make a single or regular donation by cheque, Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) voucher, credit or debit card.
Send your donation form to:
Freepost UNIVERSITY REPLY
(Please note, ‘UNIVERSITY REPLY’ needs to be in capitals.)
Turn your everyday shopping into free donations for the Institute for Regeneration and Repair.
Just start your online shopping first at easyfundraising, then shop as normal. Retailers will then make a small donation to say “thank you”.
Shop online with easyfundraising
Leave a legacy
A legacy, in most instances, is tax-free and will reduce any inheritance tax burden on your estate.
Find out more on the legacy pages of the University of Edinburgh website. We recommend that you seek advice from a solicitor before you make or update your Will.
From small informal events to bake sales and sporting challenges, there are countless ways you can choose to fundraise for the Institute. Visit our fundraising ideas page for inspiration on how to get started.
Your fundraising initiatives will help raise awareness of our research efforts amongst the wider community - an equally important goal.
You can set up a fundraising page online by using the University of Edinburgh’s Just Giving page. Simply set up your fundraising page and include text that explains you are raising money for the Institute for Regeneration and Repair.
University of Edinburgh’s JustGiving page
Get in touch
For further information on how to donate or fundraise for the Institute, please contact Stephanie Sinclair.
Communications and Engagement Officer at CRM and IRR
- Email: email@example.com
Working pattern: half days on Mon/Tues/Wed and full day on Thursday