Donate

Thank you for making a donation. Your money helps us provide free medical care to the survivors of both disasters in Bhopal. We are funded almost exclusively by the generosity of ordinary people around the world. There are several ways to donate:

Monthly Giving

£3 per month funds a programme preparing a child for daily life skills

£10 per month covers the cost of a damaged child's physiotherapy

£20 per month helps train an entire community in how to prevent TB

One-Off Donations

£5 could pay for a child to have a whole month’s speech therapy

£30 provides a month’s physiotherapy for THREE children

£125 funds a community health worker for two weeks

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Donate through PayPal

If you would prefer an alternative to donating via Credit or Debit card, we also accept donations via PayPal.

Other Ways to Donate

FREEPHONE: (UK only): 0800 316 5577

CHEQUE & CAF VOUCHERS: Please make cheques and CAF vouchers payable to: The Bhopal Medical Appeal. Please send to: The Bhopal Medical Appeal, Community Base, 113 Queens Road, Brighton, BN1 3XG

CAF ONLINE: https://cafdonate.cafonline.org/15905#!/DonationDetails

DIRECT DEBIT: Download and print off a Direct Debit form

BACS: If you prefer to set up a direct bank transfer then please get in touch here for details.

GIFT AID: If you are a UK taxpayer, every gift you make to The Bhopal Medical Appeal - whatever its value - could be worth more at no extra cost to you just by choosing to Gift Aid it. To find out more and to download a declaration form, please click here.

Where your money goes

A gift of any amount will help us make a difference but, by way of example, here’s what particular sums can provide:

  • £10 pays for a child to have a whole month’s speech therapy
  • £30 provides a month’s physiotherapy for THREE children
  • £50 provides special education to SIX children for a month
  • £125 funds a community health worker for two weeks
  • £200 provides a month’s supply of inhalers for FIFTY people with asthma
  • £500 helps train an entire community in how to prevent TB
  • £1250 employs a children’s physiotherapist for four months

How the money is spent

Read our accounts

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Our Stories

Suraj

Suraj reached 18 unable to walk, talk or even sit unaided, but then something miraculous happened. Suraj was referred to the Chingari Rehabilitation Centre. Set up in 2005 by two women gas survivors Chingari, supported by Bhopal Medical Appeal, provides restorative therapies and special education to children born damaged as a consequence of chemical exposure in Bhopal.
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Laccho

Hearing our voices, Laccho turns and surveys us with empty eyes, then gives a toothless and unexpectedly sweet smile. To look at her, you would think she was in her eighties, not forty years younger.
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Saira

Our family has always been horribly poor. Besides tattooing, father massaged people with pulled muscles. The pittance he earned was gambled away. Sometimes we’d have meals, but mostly we went hungry. Our neighbours, pitying us, would sometimes send their leftovers.
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