By making a donation you are directly helping us immediately assist all recently injured jockeys and the many ex-jockeys and their families who continue to need ongoing support.

Ways to Donate

Make a single or monthly donation today.
We rely entirely on the generosity of our supporters to enable us to continuously provide appropriate assistance to all jockeys.

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Donate Offline

By Telephone

Call our Newmarket office to make a donation, to find out information about setting up a standing order or bank transfer via BACS on: 01638 662246

By Text

Text IJF to 70800 to donate £5 Terms & Conditions: You will be charged £5, plus one message at your standard network rate. A minimum of £4.97 depending on your service provider, will be received by The Injured Jockeys Fund, Registered Charity No: 1107395. If you have any questions please call 01638 662246

By Post

You can make out cheques payable to 'The Injured Jockeys Fund' and send it to the team in Newmarket at Peter O'Sullevan House, 7a Newmarket Road, Newmarket, Suffolk, CB8 7NU.

Other Ways to Donate

By Post

You can make out cheques payable to 'The Injured Jockeys Fund' and send it to the team in Newmarket at Peter O'Sullevan House, 7a Newmarket Road, Newmarket, Suffolk, CB8 7NU.

You can also set up a Standing Order for a regular donation or make a bank transfer via BACS. Please contact us for information: 01638 662246 or

Send an e-card

By sending an eCard you can help The Injured Jockeys Fund provide appropriate support, in a prompt and sympathetic manner to those jockeys past or present who are injured, unable to ride or generally in need

Leave a legacy

Leaving a legacy gift in your Will is the ideal way to remember your favourite cause/IJF and to help it/us provide continued support to injured jockeys.

Decide which type of gift to leave:

With a residuary gift, you can leave the remainder of your estate, or a percentage of it, once family and friends have been provided for. This is the type of gift many supporters choose to make, because it has the added benefit of keeping its value over time – it isn’t affected by inflation.

With a pecuniary gift, you can specify a particular amount of money or a valuable saleable item, like a piece of jewellery or furniture, that you would like to leave to the Injured Jockeys Fund.

It is always helpful to have gifts in wills that can be used wherever they are most urgently needed at the time they come to us. But we also understand your wish for your gift to be used for a specific purpose that’s important to you. 

Please do contact us to let us know what your wishes are and we will be pleased to honour them.

The Injured Jockeys Fund now offers its supporters a free Will-writing service. The process is designed to be as straightforward as possible and can take as little as 15 minutes to complete.

For more information please click on the button below.

Payroll Giving

Payroll Giving (or Give As You Earn) is an easy, tax-free way to make a regular donation to the Injured Jockeys Fund directly from your salary.

How it works:

Gifts are deducted directly from your gross salary, giving immediate tax relief. So, if you choose to donate £10 a month to Brooke via Payroll Giving, it will only cost you £8 if you are a basic rate taxpayer – and even less if you are a higher rate taxpayer.

For your employer, setting up Give as You Earn is easy. They just need to register with a payroll giving agency approved by the Inland Revenue.

Once your employer is registered with an agency, they simply send the Payroll Giving forms received from you to the agency, who will do the rest. The agency is responsible for adding the tax onto a donor’s gift and transferring the total sum to the donor’s nominated charity.

                                                                                  Guidance on fund-raising for seriously injured jockeys

Often, when a jockey is seriously injured, family, friends and supporters will understandably want to try and help by raising funds for them. There are many ways this can be undertaken and the Injured Jockeys fund are happy to help advise the best course of action.

The Injured Jockeys Fund will help provide care and support for any injured jockey as longs as is needed and a ‘Charitable Need’ is evident independently from any separate third-party fundraising initiatives.

 If people choose to raise funds via the Injured Jockeys Fund for an specific individual we can allocate this to be used accordingly as long as there is a ‘Charitable Need’. This is in accordance with the regulation of charities in the UK and how funds are donated to them. If there is no longer a clear ‘charitable need’ any surplus funds raised are legally required to be centrally pooled in the main charitable funds.

If people which to raise funds and donate directly to a specific individual or event, we are again happy to advise and help where we are able to do so. This can be made directly or via a crowdfunding page, but in many instances these funds wont be eligible for ‘gift aid’. 

If you would like any further guidance or advice, please do not hesitate to contact a member of the team who will be happy to help assist you.



covid-19 statement

We are acutely aware that the Coronavirus continues to have a significant and negative impact upon many of our beneficiaries. We are well positioned to offer help and support to those affected and would encourage you to make contact with us.

Our Rehabilitation Centres are Open and from these hubs you can access general pastoral, clinical and financial support as necessary.