With most of us working from home or on furlough, and limits on group gatherings, gift-giving will undoubtedly be different this year. Our 'Not So Secret' Santa campaign gives you the chance to buy a gift that will make a difference, making a donation on behalf of someone special and helping us to fund a new chapter for research, treatments and everyone with cystic fibrosis.
Give a gift
How it works
1. Choose your gift of either £10, £25 or £50. This will be emailed to the address used when you register.
2. Send to your 'Not So Secret' Santa! Forward the gift receipt onto that special someone who you are dedicating this gift to.
3. Help us to fund a new chapter for CF research, treatments and everyone affected by the condition.
4. When you're done, pass it on! Share this campaign on social media and invite your friends or family to give a gift to their 'Not So Secret' Santa!
Send someone a gift!
The gift of giving
Breakthroughs in CF research that will improve and save lives are within our reach – but only if we have the funds to invest now. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, we’re dealing with a substantial drop in income due to the cancellation of the fundraising events we rely on.
By supporting our 'Not So Secret' Santa campaign, you can help fund vital research to help people with CF live longer, better quality lives.
£10 could help us reach those in need of emotional support.
News about the latest life-changing treatment can be difficult for the people with CF who will not benefit from them. Your donation could support someone who is struggling by ensuring our Helpline is ready to take their call.
£25 could help us find new drugs to fight infections.
Some bacteria are becoming resistant to antibiotics. Your support could help to accelerate the development of urgently-needed new medication.
£50 could help uncover the cause of CF-related diabetes (CFRD).
Finding out more about the underlying cause of CFRD could lead to entirely new approaches to treating and ultimately preventing the condition. Your gift could help us get there.