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To start sending your eCards all you need to do is sign up select how much you would like to donate and choose your perfect eCard.
We have a great range of Christmas eCards, from traditional Christmas scenes to humorous cartoons.
You can select a card design and add your personal message. You can even upload your own photographs and use them as your card design!
Your eCard will be sent by email, meaning you have delivered your festive greetings in an eco-friendly way and without the costly expense of postage. All you have to do is donate once and you have an unlimited number of eCards so you can send them to all your friends and family, and even your patients.
After Christmas has gone, you can send eCards for birthdays, Easter and other special occasions, your donation allows unlimited eCards for a whole year.
So sign up at the Charitecards RCGP page today and spread some festive cheer while raising money for charity!
2014 England Room photography competition
We are pleased to announce the winners of the 2014 England Room photography competition.
The photographs were judged by the College’s Officers, including the President and Chair of Council, and it was a hard decision, because all of the entries had an excellent standard, told an interesting story and showed a different view of English General Practice.
The winner with her photograph ‘Jack’s a Good Boy’ is Dr Jenny Stephenson from Sheffield, and the runner up, is Dr Camille Gajria from Middlesex with her photograph ‘Morning Clinic’.
Both pictures will be displayed in the England Room at 30 Euston Square, alongside the winner and runner up from last year.
Thank you to all those who took the time to enter our 2014 England Room photography competition.
Jack’s a Good Boy’ by Dr Jenny Stephenson
Morning Clinic by Camille Gajria from Middlesex
There are 250 million GP consultations in the UK every year. 90% of patient contact in the NHS happens within primary care. As the standards and membership body for General Practitioners in the UK, the work of the RCGP is crucial to the wellbeing of every man, woman and child in the UK.
There are many ways of supporting the College. You can make a general donation, name a room, support our international work or leave a legacy. The RCGP thrives because of the generous donations it receives and we‘re always delighted to recognise donors' contributions. Your donation towards any of these areas of our work will make a real difference to patient care, now and in the future.
Shortly we will launch a new fundraising appeal for 2014, in the meantime if you want to support the Sierra Leone (60 for 60) Appeal, please select the link on the right of this page.
We are always happy to discuss other ways you can support RCGP and strengthen primary care in the UK and around the world. Take a look at our fundraising pages to find out more or contact the fundraising team on 020 3188 7488 or email email@example.com
RCGP remains tremendously grateful to all those who have made donations to our work several of whom are listed below:
- Dr Carol Blow FRCGP
- The Brunei High Commission
- Sir Arnold Clark and family
- Dr John Horder CBE MA FRCP FRCGP
- Dr Christine Johnson FRCGP
- Mrs Janice Myerson
- Dr Anne Parkin
- Professor Sir Lewis Ritchie OBE MD FRCGP
- The Peter Sowerby Foundation
Thank you to all 325+ donors to the Foundation Wall. View these donors on our Virtual Wall
We would also like to thank everyone who generously donated to the Capital Appeal and the Sierra Leone (60 for 60) Appeal, too numerous to list here.