It’s all about give and take
Give a little or a lot to NeST and take away that wonderful feeling of having helped us reach our end goal: to discover a cure for Nephrotic Syndrome and enable so many people to enjoy the happy, healthy lives they deserve to live without the constant worry of NS returning.
What will my donation do
We can keep human kidney cells healthy in the lab for a month
We’ll sequence a patient’s DNA to discover rare mutations
We can say we’ve profiled a patient’s blood proteins using sophisticated electrospray technology
Donate by cheque
If you'd prefer to donate by cheque please make it payable to Nephrotic Syndrome Trust and send to:
Nephrotic Syndrome Trust
38 Southway Drive
We use Just Giving to process our donations. It’s quick, simple and if you’re a UK tax payer, you can also Gift Aid your donation meaning we’re able to claim back the tax you originally paid so you can give that little bit extra at no extra cost to you!
You’re always in control of just how much and just how often you give. Set up a one-off donation or help us out every month of the year by arranging a direct debit payment.
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Give As You Live
You can use Give As You Live, where every time you buy online, a small donation is made to us. When selecting which charity to support please use our full charity name, Nephrotic Syndrome Trust.
Or you can use AmazonSmile, where every time you buy on Amazon, a small donation is made to us. When selecting which charity to support please use our full charity name, Nephrotic Syndrome Trust.
Making a difference cards
At NeST, we care because we understand. Our founders have the perfect balance of expertise and empathy and they know just how challenging it can be living with the condition yourself or caring for a child who has it. Over ten years ago, our founder David Yearsley felt isolated when his son James developed Nephrotic Syndrome as a child.