Our fundraising promise
We are committed to good practice in fundraising
The Migraine Trust is registered with the Fundraising Regulator, demonstrating our commitment to high fundraising standards and the Code of Fundraising Practice. The Fundraising Regulator is the independent regulator of charitable fundraising.
Our registration means we have made a commitment to donors and the public to ensure our fundraising is legal, open, honest and respectful.
We are committed to good practice by fundraising in accordance with the Fundraising Promise and the Code of Fundraising Practice. You can learn more on the Fundraising Regulator’s website >
- We will commit to high standards
- We will be clear, honest and open
- We will be respectful
- We will be fair and reasonable
- We will be accountable and responsible.
The Fundraising Promise is available to read in full on the Fundraising Regulator’s website here >
Our further commitment to fundraising
The Migraine Trust holds organisational membership of the Institute of Fundraising, which is the professional membership body for UK fundraising, supporting excellent fundraising for a better world.
Should you have any concerns about the way we fundraise, we have a robust complaints process. We encourage you to get in touch with your feedback.
To make a complaint, please call 020 7631 6970 or contact us here.
Working with funders and industry partners policy
The aim of The Migraine Trust is to promote research into migraine and reduce its burden.
To further its aims, the Trust seeks funding and support from a variety of sources such as from individuals, charitable trusts and the corporate sector. Our latest annual report and accounts can be accessed here. We are registered with the Fundraising Regulator and committed to good practice in accordance with the Fundraising Promise and the Code of Fundraising Practice, as well as the regulations and policies set by the Charity Commission and the Scottish Charity Regulator. The Trust acts with openness, transparency and in an inclusive manner with regards to all our work with all funders and industry partners. We recognise that collaborative working with corporate partners, can significantly help to further the Trust’s aims. By working in partnership and sharing intelligence we will help to improve the lives of people with migraine.
The purpose of this policy is to ensure that in seeking and securing funding the Trust has a clearly understood way of working, underpinned by high ethical principles.