Make a donation

Private donations have a profound impact on scientific research. They can, for instance, fund a new piece of equipment, a collaborative visit to another lab, or a pilot study. Importantly, they often act as leverage in funding applications that the researchers subsequently make to charities and government agencies.

All money donated will directly benefit the Anne people handing over a giant chequeRowling Clinic, and any amount, no matter how small, is most welcome. Every gift takes us a step closer to finding treatments that can slow, stop or reverse the effects of neurodegenerative diseases. Thank you!

There are several easy ways to donate to the Anne Rowling Clinic. Please call us on +44 (0)131 650 9221 or email us at kerry.mackay@ed.ac.uk if we can help.

Regular and one-off donations

Regular gifts are an easy and convenient way to support our work, helping not only today’s work, but tomorrow’s and the next day’s too. Click here to set up your regular donation.

We are grateful for all donations; click here to make a single gift online.

For postal donations, click here to download the form. [Cheques: Please note cheques must be made payable to the ‘University of Edinburgh Development Trust’. We work very closely with our colleagues at the Development office and all donations are processed through this office.]

Give in your Will

Would you consider leaving a legacy to the Anne Rowling Clinic in your Will? A legacy in most instances is tax free and will reduce any inheritance tax burden on your estate. Our Legacy Manager would be delighted to discuss this with you; please get in touch at +44 (0)131 650 9637 or visit www.ed.ac.uk/alumni/services/givingback/legacy

We recommend that you seek advice from a solicitor before you make or update your will.

All charitable activities for the Anne Rowling Clinic are administered by The University of Edinburgh Development Trust, a registered charity (number SC004307). Donations in the USA will be administered by the University of Edinburgh USA Development Trust.