The Reiki Healthcare Research Trust relies entirely on donations, legacies, partnerships, philanthropy and corporate support.
Give now to help bring Reiki into the heart of healthcare.
A one-off or regular donation of any size could support vital research or training of Reiki practitioners in hospitals.
You’ll be helping to bring Reiki to the people who need it in hospitals and healthcare settings, and to build the evidence that keeps it there.
Donate by bank transfer or post
We are very grateful for your donations and will soon be setting up an option to give online.*
Before then, please donate by bank transfer.
If you would like your donation to be used specifically for Connecting Reiki with Medicine, Reiki Medic-Care or the Research Fund, please use one of these as your payment reference.
Bank: Triodos Bank
Name: Reiki Healthcare Research Trust
Sort Code: 16-58-10
Or send a UK bank cheque to:
Reiki Healthcare Research Trust
108 Augustus Road
When you give, please also email or post us your name and contact details so we can say thank you.
If you are a UK taxpayer, we will send you a Gift Aid form, which will allow us to increase the value of your gift by 25% at no additional cost to you.
Please contact us if you’d like more information.
* While we are a registered charitable company, due to delays caused by the pandemic virus, we are still waiting the official documents needed to set up online accounts.
Remember us in your will
Leaving a gift in your will is one of the best ways to help ensure the future of Reiki in medical care.
Your legacy could go to support our work where the need is most urgent, or you can specify how you would like the money to be used.
If you would like to remember the Reiki Healthcare Research Trust in this way, please email us.
We’ll be happy to give you any information you might need.
Giving in memory
Remembering a loved one through a gift in memory or a funeral collection can truly honour a person’s life and values.
If someone close to you cared about Reiki and healthcare, please consider a gift or collection in their memory.