Thank you for making a donation. Your money helps us provide free medical care to the survivors of both disasters in Bhopal. We are funded almost exclusively by the generosity of ordinary people around the world. There are several ways to donate:

Regular Donation

DIRECT DEBIT (This will take you to our secure partner Committed Giving, to process your gift).


Single Donation

DEBIT OR CREDIT CARD (This will take you to our secure partner Committed Giving, to process your gift)



Other Ways to Give

FREEPHONE: (UK only): 0800 316 5577 

DIRECT DEBIT: Download and print off a Direct Debit form

STANDING ORDER: Download and print off a Standing Order Form

CHEQUE & CAF VOUCHER: Please make cheques and vouchers payable to: The Bhopal Medical Appeal. Please send to: The Bhopal Medical Appeal, Community Base, 113 Queens Road, Brighton, BN1 3XG

BACS: If you prefer to set up a direct bank transfer then please get in touch here for a reference number and details.

IN CELEBRATION: Find out more

IN YOUR WILL: Find out more


If you are a UK taxpayer, every gift you make to Bhopal Medical Appeal - whatever its value - could be worth more at no extra cost to you just by choosing to Gift Aid it. To find out more and to download a declaration form, please click here.


A gift of any amount will help us make a difference but, by way of example, here’s what particular sums can provide:

  • £10 pays for a child to have a whole month’s speech therapy
  • £30 provides a month’s physiotherapy for THREE children
  • £50 provides special education to SIX children for a month
  • £125 funds a community health worker for two weeks
  • £200 provides a month’s supply of inhalers for FIFTY people with asthma
  • £500 helps train an entire community in how to prevent TB
  • £1250 employs a children’s physiotherapist for four months


View our latest and historic audited accounts here.













We believe Dow must finally accept responsibility for Bhopal. Until then, The Bhopal Medical Appeal funds two award-winning clinics in the city. Both offer free, first-class care to victims of the gas disaster or the ongoing water contamination. The survivors have nowhere else left to turn – please help if you can.