Marketing materials

We need your help to support the work we do. The best way for sponsored events is to set up a Justgiving Page (let us know if you need help doing this).

We also have a Fundraising Flyer  that you can amend with your story to tell your supporters a little bit more about the charity.

We also have a selection of fundraising items, buckets, pens, leaflets, t-shirts, running vests etc. that might help you with your event.

If you would like to raise funds for us then please contact us with a list of what items you need, the delivery address, details of what you are planning, the date and location.

Please also feel free to spread the word about your fundraising activities too – through our Facebook page or via Twitter.


What your fundraising could pay for

£10 will send an information pack including a DVD.

£50 will pay for an acapella ( a plastic device to help with physiotherapy.

£100 will buy a trampoline (to encourage children to be more active and also helps with physiotherapy.

£350 will sponsor a researcher to attend a conference and write a paper.

£500 will buy a physiotherapy table for a patient with PCD.

£600 will pay for a stand at the British Thoracic Society Conference.

£1,000 will cover the annual cost of producing our newsletters.

£2,000 will pay for a summer family day.

£1,000 – £2,000 will pay for an important medical article to be made free to the public.

£12,000 will pay for an administrator to work part time doing newsletters, minutes etc.


To enable us to spread the word about PCD and other genetic conditions we are happy to come into school to talk to pupils. Our presentations can be tailored to the age of the children and also to cover aspects of the curriculum including Personal Social Health Economics Education (PSHE) and GCSE Science.

To find out more or to invite one of our speakers to your school please Contact Us.

Keeping ahead of COVID-19

Covid-19 is very unsettling for all of our PCD community – we will be regularly updating this page with latest information and ideas on how to keep yourselves entertained whilst self-isolating.