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We rely completely
on your generosity

SCARD receives no funding from central or local government. We rely completely on the generosity of the public and their donations to enable us to continue doing our vital work.

If you agree with our aims, then why not make a donation to us? You can be sure that every single penny that you give will go towards supporting the families and loved ones of those killed or injured on Britain’s roads.

The easiest way to donate to SCARD is via PayPal - a safe, secure method of payment by credit or debit card over the internet. We have a PayPal account and you can donate any time by clicking the button below.

No PayPal account? No worries - just click the button below for a quick and simple registration process.

We have a Just Giving page where you can make donations, enabling you to fundraise online quickly and simply.

They are dedicated to giving fundraisers the technology they need to raise more funds. You can raise money for SCARD and share your appeal on social media in just minutes just click on the button below.

As well as making direct donations, you can help us earn money as you shop on sites such as Amazon, eBay, John Lewis, Tesco, Marks and Spencer, Next, Boots and many others.

Simply sign up for an account and select SCARD as your chosen charity. It costs nothing and we receive a small amount of cash back as you make purchases.

Set up a tribute to a loved one on Much Loved and benefit SCARD at the same time.

This is your own special memorial website in tribute to your loved one where you can share memories, thoughts and stories with family and friends as well as light candles, add music, photos and videos. Simply follow the link below.

Amazon donates 0.5% of the net purchase price (excluding VAT, returns and shipping fees) of eligible purchases to a charity of your choice.

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