Aorta Supporter

Thank you for choosing to fundraise! Your support is invaluable to us and to those affected by aortic dissection. Your efforts enable us to continue our work in research, support, and education, making a significant difference in the community. We are truly grateful.

Request Your Complimentary Awareness T-Shirt

To help raise awareness during your fundraising activities, please order your complimentary technical t-shirt. This is a token of our appreciation and a means to enhance visibility for this important cause. Contact us with your size and address.

#TeamAorta

Mens
(inches to fit chest)

XS – 35″
S – 38″
M – 40″
L – 43″
XL – 45″
2XL – 48″

Ladies
(UK standard sizes)

XS – 8
S – 10
M – 12
L – 14
XL – 16
2XL – 18

Help to raise awareness by using our social media frame

Why not join in raising awareness by adding our special social media frame to your profile page? It’s a straightforward process that can make a significant impact. Here’s how to do it:

  1. Send Your Photo: Email us with your photo.
  2. Download Your Updated Photo: We will apply the frame to your photo.
  3. Update Your Profile: Upload the new photo with the frame as your profile picture on your social media accounts.
Aortic Dissection Supporter Profile Frame

Fundraising Advice

When starting your fundraiser, either through a charity-organised event or your own unique challenge, we recommend the following to make your efforts both successful and compliant:

Set Up Your Fundraising Page: Begin by creating a dedicated fundraising page on www.justgiving.com/aorticdissection or opt to donate directly via the donate page. This simplifies the donation process for your supporters.

Understand What Not to Do: To ensure the integrity and safety of your fundraising efforts, please refrain from:

  • Door-to-door or unsolicited collections.
  • Collecting in public without local authority permission and necessary licenses.
  • Collecting on private property without the owner’s consent.
  • Running raffles or lotteries without contacting us for guidance.

Understand the Risks: Be aware that event organisers, sponsors, or those involved in the event’s organisation cannot be held responsible for any injuries, accidents, loss, or damage that may occur during the event, regardless of the cause. You understand that it is your responsibility to read and comply with any third party terms and conditions, to be safe and look after each other.

Health and Safety: Taking part in any physical event requires preparation. We advise you to:

  • Adequately prepare for the physical demands of the event.
  • Consult with a healthcare professional to confirm your fitness for participation if necessary.

Your commitment to fundraising for The Aortic Dissection Charitable Trust is greatly appreciated. Following these guidelines will help ensure your efforts are safe and successful

Other ways you can help raise funds:

Whenever you buy anything online – from your weekly shop to your annual holiday – you could be raising free donations for us with easyfundraising. There are over 4,000 shops and sites on board ready to make a donation. Join for free at the Aortic Dissection easyfundraising page.

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You can read the most recent news and updates from our events, volunteering, fundraising, and research, as well as information on how you can become involved.

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The Aortic Dissection Charitable Trust
Registered charity in the UK No. 1191420
Registered charity in Scotland No. SC051517

PO Box 812, Hope Valley, Chesterfield S40 9QY

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The information and materials on this site are for general information purposes only. This site is not designed to provide individual medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. If you have any concerns, please speak to your GP. If you believe you have a medical emergency, call 999 immediately.

The information and materials on this site are for general information purposes only. This site is not designed to provide individual medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. If you have any concerns, please speak to your GP. If you believe you have a medical emergency, call 999 immediately.

The Aortic Dissection Charitable Trust
Registered charity in the UK No. 1191420
Registered charity in Scotland No. SC051517
PO Box 812, Hope Valley, Chesterfield S40 9QY
© 2024 All Rights Reserved