GMFA relies on the support and generosity of individuals from the gay community, and the men and women who value this community. This support is vital in enabling us to continue providing men with the information they need to live happy, healthier lives.
GMFA’s Count Me In campaign to stop the spread of HIV among UK gay men is funded by individual donations. To find out more about the campaign, visit www.gmfa.org.uk/countmein
There are a range of ways you can donate to GMFA, to help us continue our work.
Please click on the button below to make a secure on-line donation through Virgin Money Giving.
By supporting GMFA with a regular gift you’ll be ensuring that we can plan our work into the future.
Call us on 020 7738 6872 to set up a regular donation, or download a standing order form.
You can now donate to us via a text message by simply texting 'GMFA12 £xx' to 70070.
Exapmle - Text 'GMFA12 £5' to 70070.
You can change the value to any of the following '£1', '£2', '£3', '£4', '£5' or '£10'.
The best way to help ensure the work of GMFA continues well into the future is by leaving us a gift in your will. A gift to GMFA, no matter how big or small, can make a huge difference to ensuring that thousands more gay men can benefit from our work.
If you'd rather not donate online you can always send us a cheque or postal order made payable to the Health Equality and Rights Organisation. Or you can download a standing order form.
If you are a UK Tax Payer please download and complete a GiftAid form to ensure your donation goes as far as possible.
Please post your donations to:-
GMFA – the gay men’s health charity
Unit 11, Angel Wharf
58 Eagle Wharf Raod
If you’re a UK Taxpayer, don’t forget to complete a Gift Aid declaration. Under the Inland Revenue’s Gift Aid scheme, GMFA is entitled to reclaim the tax made on gifts by UK taxpayers. This means that, if you are a UK taxpayer, your gift can increase by nearly a third – at no extra cost to you.
If you have any queries about donating please call Matthew Hodson, GMFA Head of Programmes on 020 7738 6872 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.