What you can do...
If you would like to offer financial support to FUM you can do this in several ways. Details for the various ways to donate to FUM are given below.
For a single one-off donation possible methods are:
For regular donations possible methods are
Make Regular Donations by Standing Order
Two methods are possible to instruct your bank to create a Standing Order to FUM.
1. Online banking If you have online banking you can set up your own Standing Order (monthly, quarterly or annually) to:
Friends of Urambo & Mwanhala
Lloyds Bank, Sort Code: 30-96-06, Account No: 00888126
2. Manually To instruct your bank to create a Standing Order for you please complete and return a Bank Mandate (Standing Order) form.
Gift Aid If you are a UK taxpayer please also help us make your gift worth 25% more at no extra cost to you by also completing and returning a Gift Aid form.
Please send cheques, payable to 'Friends of Urambo & Mwanhala', to:
The Treasurer, FUM
Dr Nick Vinall
If you are a UK taxpayer please also help us make your gift worth 25% more at no extra cost to you by also completing and returning a Gift Aid form.
See our Focus on Water initiative behind the Appeal.
Download our Appeal Leaflet and see how you can change the lives of villagers.
You can make a donation direct to the Appeal fund via our secure MyDonate link.
You can make a single or regular donation to FUM via our secure 'BT MyDonate' website. This service is provided free of charge to small charities by BT using their software that powers major appeals such as 'Children in Need' and for the 'Disasters Emergency Committee'. Gift Aid (if you are eligible) can also be collected here, adding 25% to your donation at no extra cost to you.BT MyDonate
UK taxpayers can often increase the value of their donations to charity by 25%, and at no extra cost to themselves. The tax authority HMRC refunds to FUM any tax you've already paid on the donation.
Details are in our Gift Aid Form
You will need to print the form,. enter your details and return it to the FUM Treasurer.