The law now requires us to ensure that we update all preferences for everyone who has supported the Charity in the past, whose details we have on our database. So we need you to let us know how you would like us to contact you in the future.

Why keep in touch?

Our Charity is funding an increasing number of the services offered to patients and to their families to keep up with demand for specialist care as the local population ages and grows.

We want to share news about these services with you, to keep you posted about the fundraising events and activities we arrange to make this care possible and also to tell you about how our wonderful volunteers help to provide care or raise essential funds.

We don’t, though, want to bother you with any communications you don’t want to receive and we are committed to ensuring our fundraising is legal, open, honest and respectful.

To that end, we are registered with the Fundraising Regulator (the independent regulator of charitable fundraising) and we pay its annual levy. We are also members of the Institute of Fundraising which promotes best practice.

In addition, FNHC is complying with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This affects all organisations (including charities) across Europe, and aims to bring data protection into the digital age.

Our promise to you

FNHC promises to continue to keep secure any information we hold about you and never to sell to or swap your personal data with third parties. FNHC also promises not to bombard you with emails and letters. If you would like to change the communications you receive from us at any time please email or call on 01296 429 975. You can also write to Jo Turner at FNHC, Unit 2, Walton Lodge, Walton Street, Aylesbury, HP21 7QY.

Alternatively you can request not to be contacted by us (or any other charity) by contacting an independent organisation called the Fundraising Preference Service on 0300 3033 517 or

Read more about our Privacy Policy here.

Please fill out the form below so that we can update our database.