Healthcare at Home
6th September 2015
The Petersfield School
100, 64, 32 mile options
GSD Giant website
Please choose one of these three simple ways to make a donation in aid of our important work.
You can make a single donation to AGSD-UK using your credit or debit card (or your PayPal account) though our charity page on Virgin Money Giving. This makes it very easy to for you to use the Gift Aid scheme and Virgin Money Giving reclaims the tax on our behalf. Click on their button here.
If you wish to make a donation by cheque please make it payable to "AGSD-UK" and post it to:
Thank you for your support.
AGSD-UK's approach is long term and a regular gift means we can plan longer-term work, secure in the knowledge that the funds will be there to deliver services.
Regular donations can easily be set up through Virgin Money Giving using the link below.
Alternatively you can set up a standing order with your bank.
Setting up a standing order from your bank to AGSD-UK is a quick and easy way to donate both for you and for us. If you have an on-line banking facility you may be able to set up regular payments yourself, otherwise it can be arranged in person or over the phone or by completing the section on our membership form.
Whichever approach you choose please download and complete the Membership Form which also includes a Gift-Aid declaration.
Download membership and Standing Order form
For more information please contact our office administrator.
A legacy is a wonderful way to ensure that we can continue our vital work. It can also be a valuable way of reducing inheritance-tax liability on your estate, because a legacy to a registered charity such as AGSD-UK is tax-free.
Whatever their size, these gifts really do make a big difference. Thanks to the kind support of our legacy givers, we are able to plan our future work and provide support to persons affected by Glycogen Storage Disease and their families in the UK.
For more information please contact us.
Association for Glycogen Storage Disease (UK) LimitedRegistered Charity No 1132271