How to pay in your fundraising money

Once you’ve brilliantly raised a load of cash, you just need to pay it in! Online is the easiest way to pay your money in but we’ve got lots of options for you. If your fundraising took place at a School or Early Years group, please pay your money in here.

Online

Online

Pay your money in online using a credit or debit card.

Pay by card

If you’ve set up a Red Nose Day Giving Page, log in to pay in the cash you’ve raised, using your credit or debit card.

Use your giving page

In person

In person

  1. At any high street bank

    Please use the giro slip in your Fundraising Kit, or ask for one at the counter after Red Nose Day. Also, please fill in all your details so we know who you are.

  2. At a building society

    Ask to pay into the Red Nose Day account.

  3. At the Post Office

    Ask to pay into Freepay Account 5550, which is the Red Nose Day Account.

By post

By post

Send a cheque or postal order, made payable to Red Nose Day (Fundraise) to:

Red Nose Day 2013
Ernst & Young
PO Box 51543
London
SE1 2UG

Please don’t forget to attach the paying in form and your sponsorship form so we can claim Gift Aid where your sponsors have ticked the Gift Aid box and filled in their details.

Download paying in form

 

Send us your sponsorship forms

Send us your sponsorship forms

We can claim Gift Aid where your sponsors have ticked the Gift Aid box and filled in their details. Please send us your completed sponsorship forms, with a bank receipt, web payment reference or cheque to:

Red Nose Day 2013,
Ernst & Young,
PO Box 51543,
London, SE1 2UG

For any personal letters (without any cheques, receipts or sponsorship forms), please use our office address.

Schools and early years paying in

Schools and early years paying in

If you raised money in a school or early years group, you’ve got your very own way to pay in.

Post your pics

Post your pics

You’ve raised the cash, paid it in, now bask in the glory. Upload your photos and show the world what you did for Red Nose Day.