Support us by fundraising

Whether it’s running, cycling or baking cakes, there are many ways you can help the PAS

Support us by fundraising

Whether it’s running, cycling or baking cakes, there are many ways you can help the PAS

Support us by fundraising

Whether it’s running, cycling or baking cakes, there are many ways you can help the PAS

Support us by fundraising

Whether it’s running, cycling or baking cakes, there are many ways you can help the PAS

There are lots of ways you can support the PAS by fundraising: get yourself sponsored and run, walk, climb or swim. Or organise a high tea, a coffee morning, a party or bake cakes and cookies and sell them! Any other crazy ideas get in touch with us and we will help you publicise and promote your fundraising event.

Once you have decided on what you want to do, it’s as easy as opening up a Just Giving page and sharing the link with us and everyone else.

If you would like to know more or want us to promote your fundraising event, just email us!

Active Challenges: Run for the PAS

Whether it’s the London Marathon or London Vitality, there are many ways you can help the PAS.

If you already have a place in any challenge and want to use it to raise money for us, get in touch and join our team.

Run with Realbuzz

Select your event then choose the Pernicious Anaemia Society to start your charity running journey.
running for the PAS

Do your own fundraising

Organise your own activity, get together with friends, get your company or school involved, fundraise while shopping – there are many ways to raise funds for the PAS. Just drop us a line for more information.


You can securely donate via ‘PayPal Giving Fund’, the PayPal’s fundraising platform for Registered Charities. Also, you can Gift Aid your donation with PayPal Giving Fund. We will receive 100 per cent of all donations made through the PayPal Giving Fund.

easy fundraising

Join easyfundraising and you can collect free donations for us every time you buy something online. It won’t cost you a penny extra so please help us to raise funds.

Support our Fundraisers!

Carrie-Anne Carr & Claire Anderson - Fundraising for Research into Links Between low B12 and Cancer
I would like to raise funds for The Pernicious Anaemia Society (PAS) (specifically for research purposes )– Most people will not be familiar with P.A.. I certainly wasn’t until I was diagnosed in my late 20’s and so here is a little more detail. You can read more about me on my Just Giving page.

The PAS are doing a fantastic job supporting people with this deadly illness which causes an inability to absorb vitamin B12 through your diet, left untreated PA slowly makes everything stop functioning as it should.

In this instance we would really like to see more clinical research ploughed in to these areas to help with prevention and cure of cancer and many other linked illnesses. (MS, ME, Fibromyalgia, Thyroid, Dementia, Depression, Metal Health, Alzheimer’s, Heart Disease, Stroke, Crohn’s……the list goes on and on).

The problem we face however is because the solution may well lie with the deficiency of an everyday vitamin there is little incentive for the pharmaceutical giants to invest heavily as there would be no profitable gain to be made from it.. The challenge therefore is to produce empirical evidence that the onset of many of the associated diseases can indeed be prevented with better management of one’s ability to absorb B12. So this is where your donations are so much needed to truly give a chance to improve healthcare for us all, in the future.

Carrie-Ann: Donate here

Our Runners

If you would like to read their stories regarding their PA journey and/or sponsor their efforts, please see their links below:

A huge congratulations to Alex, James, and Joe for completing the Paris Marathon and raising money for Pernicious Anaemia Society (PAS)!
This is a huge achievement for Alex, as he suffers from Pernicious Anaemia himself. Through his participation in this marathon, Alex hopes to shed light on this condition and the support that PAS offers to individuals and families affected by it.






Alex’s bravery and determination to run this marathon despite the challenges he faces on a daily basis are an inspiration to us all. We cannot thank him, James and Joe enough for their incredible efforts in raising awareness and funds. It’s not too late and if you haven’t had the chance and would like the opportunity to support Alex, James and Joe, please head over to their just giving page.

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