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Sixty Five Roses Clubs FAQs

Sixty Five Roses Clubs FAQs

What is the Sixty Five Roses Club and what will I receive for my investment?

As a member of the Sixty Five Roses Club, you will be helping to support the Trust’s vital work with a suggested annual gift of £1,000 or more. In return, you will receive:

  • regular detailed updates on our work
  • an invitation to an exclusive annual reception
  • invitations to other events throughout the year which may be of interest to you
  • an opportunity to network with other members
  • a dedicated staff member to manage your membership and be on hand to answer any queries

Your committed, high value support will enable the Cystic Fibrosis Trust to plan for the future; fund high quality research, drive up standards of clinical care, campaign for change and offer practical support and advice to people with CF and their families.

How can I pay?

You can pay your membership fee annually by cheque, direct debit/standing order or credit card, or monthly by direct debit or standing order. If you already have an existing direct debit we can arrange for the amount to be altered if necessary with your written consent.

Can I choose where my gifts are invested?

Yes, you can designate your gifts to be used for our research work, for clinical care, or you can leave your donation undesignated, to be spent where it is needed most.

I have donated the required amount from money raised at a fundraising event, or have fundraised this amount from my own event, can this be counted as my membership fee?

We greatly appreciate the efforts of those who fundraise for us, regardless of the amount. However, the Sixty Five Roses Club is designed for those who wish to make a personal gift, and pledge to do so annually.


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