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Making a donation or payment

Do not worry if you appear to be making a donation when paying for logo items or membership, the automated email sent to our office during your payment process will know what you are paying for!

Step 1. Your details

Your email address
(without an email address we cannot contact you). Your e-mail address will not be passed on to any third party nor used by the
ITP Support Association to appeal for further donations.

Title and full name

Address                 
(Leave your address blank if you are new member as details are recorded from the joining page.)

I am a new member and would like an info pack

Step 2. What your payment or donation is for

Category, set all that applies to your payment.

A general donation

UK members annual subscription
       (£10, or special rate of £8 for Direct Debit
Non UK annual subscription (£15)
Convention or Seminar
Logo items etc.
ITP in Pregnancy Registry Appeal

 

Please confirm here only if you are a UK taxpayer who can Gift Aid your donation or subsciption
      and have read the HMRC Gift Aid conditions here.

Step 3. Choose how to make your payment or donation

Debit or credit card payment (via Charity Choice secure payment facility)
Direct Debit (via Go Cardless to set up annual membership payments)
PayPal (to pay a single or regular donations from your paypal account)

 

Step4. Type the text in the ReCaptcha box then click Continue

 

Please consider ticking the Gift Aid box on the left if you are able to, the Association gains a significant amount at no cost to you.

 

 

 

All donations large or small are very much appreciated.

The ITP Support Association depends entirely on support from its friends and helpers and, of course, all donations are very gratefully received. This helps us to maintain the service we offer to those with ITP and their families and boost our Research Fund. But those who pay income tax can increase the value of their donations to the ITP Support Association without it costing them one penny more. By signing a Gift Aid Declaration (even for a one off donation) UK income tax payers can enable the ITP Support Association as a registered charity to claim back from the Inland Revenue the income tax you have already paid on that donation.

For UK taxpayers to make a Gift Aid Declaration, please complete the Gift Aid Declaration form and return it to The ITP Support Association.

NB. You can also use the links above to pay for publications ordered on-line.

Gift Aid Notes:
1. Gift Aid Declarations may also be made by e-mail ( info@itpsupport.org.uk ) giving your name and address and declaration that you are a UK tax payer.
2. You can cancel Gift Aid Declarations at any time by notifying the us.
3. The Association can only reclaim tax on your donation if you have paid sufficient income tax and/or capital gains tax in the tax year to cover the amount claimed.
4. If in the future your circumstances change and you no longer pay income tax and/or capital gains tax equal to the tax the charity reclaims, you can cancel your declaration.
5. If you pay tax at the higher rate you can claim further tax relief in your Self Assessment tax return.
6. If you are unsure whether your donations qualify for Gift Aid tax relief, ring your local tax office for guidance, or request leaflet IR113 Gift Aid.
7. Please notify us if you change your name or address.

Standing Order Notes:
1 . You can cancel the Standing Order at any time by notifying your bank.
2 . Please notify us if you change your name, address or bank.
3 .Your e-mail address will not be passed on to any third party nor used by the ITP Support Association to appeal for further donations

 

 

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