The BLS gratefully accepts donations. If you wish to make a donation there are three methods available to you.
Donate via PayPalIf you wish to make a donation via PayPal click on DONATE NOW button
Send Your DonationSend a cheque to
the British Lymphology Society,
24 Kiniths Crescent,
Transfer Your DonationPay your donation directly into the BLS Bank.
British Lymphology Society,
A/C No 65564390
Sort Code 08-92-99
(please email administration if you intend to use this method at email@example.com).
FUNDRAISING - GIFT AID
This is a way for charities to increase the value of monetary gifts – in our case – subscriptions – from taxpayers by claiming back the basic rate tax paid by the donor. It can increase the value of donations by a quarter at no extra cost to the donor. Also HM Revenue and Customs will pay the charity an extra 3p to every pound. So when paying your subscriptions we would appreciate you ticking the appropriate box to enable the BLS to claim.
Gift Aid is a government incentive which will help the British Lymphology Society increase the value of your subscription / donation at no cost to you. At current rates, for every £1 you donate, we can claim an additional 25p from the Inland Revenue. This will make a huge difference to the Society.
All you have to do is to tick the ‘Yes’ box at the bottom of the front page and enter the date which confirms that the British Lymphology Society can claim back tax on your membership subscription or donation. You only have to do this once and then the British Lymphology Society can claim back tax on this year’s subscription / donation and any future year’s payments until such time you advise us that you wish to cancel.
These will be the hallmark of all conduct when dealing with colleagues within BLS and equally when dealing with patients, other individuals and institutions outside it.
British Lymphology Society strives to maintain an atmosphere of openness throughout the organisation to promote confidence of the public, stakeholders, staff, charity regulators and Parliament.
Only if you are asked to complete a self-assessment tax form by the Inland Revenue.
All you need to do is drop us a line telling us you wish to cancel your declaration.
I will not break the law, go against charity regulations or act in disregard of organisational policies in my relationship with fellow staff, volunteers, members, service recipients, contractors or anyone I come into contact with in my role as a BLS member. I will strive to establish respectful, collegial and courteous relationships with all I come into contact with in my role as a member.
For every £1 you pay, we can reclaim 25p so the British Lymphology Society will receive £1.25. Therefore on an individual membership rate of £50, we can reclaim £12.50 and will therefore receive £62.50 which will make a huge difference to the Society.