Ways to Donate

Fundraising online couldn't be more simple! Apart from creating fundraising pages on JustGiving or Virgin Money Giving; there are many ways you can fundraise online for Joint Action with minimal effort.

BOA Website

You can donate to BOA Research, BOA General Fund and the BOA Benevolent Fund through the website. 

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Captain Tom 100
Friday 30th April to Monday 3rd May

Support Joint Action through #CaptainTom100 - All you need to do is dream up a challenge based around the number 100. You could walk 100 laps of your garden just like Captain Tom, swim 100 lengths or sing for 100 minutes. There are no rules and it's open to everyone. Find out how you can get involved

 

SmileAmazon

Always start at smile.amazon.co.uk and Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases, at no cost to you.

Recycle4Charity

Did you know that you can help us raise funds simply by recycling your ink cartridges via our Recycle4Charity programme? For each ink cartridge recycled via the programme we will receive up to £2 donation. To send your cartridges or start collecting for us visit their website.

 

#DeclutterAndDonate

Have you been decluttering your home whilst in lockdown? If you have books, CDs, games or DVDs waiting in a pile to take to our charity shop, which is currently closed, you can raise money for Joint Action through Virgin Money Giving and #DeclutterAndDonate using the Ziffit app.

 

Give As You Live

Anytime you plan to do online shopping, head on over to Give As You Live, create an account, choose Joint Action as your cause, select your store and shop as normal. Once you’ve registered, you’ll only have to log in next time and it will remember you. Stores such as Tesco, John Lewis, Amazon and Sainsbury’s are part of the scheme. If you shop with them then they donate to us. There’s a video on their website and a step-by-step guide to help you.

 

eBay for Charity

Do you sell on eBay? When you create your listings, there’s an option to choose a charity to raise money for. You can choose to give a percentage of what you sell your item for to Joint Action (search for British Orthopaedic Association). There is more information in the “Help & Contact” section of the site if you need it. You can also add a donation when buying items from eBay.

 

easyfundraising.org.uk

Anytime you plan to do online shopping, head on over to easyfundraising.org.uk create an account, choose Joint Action as your cause, select your store and shop as normal. Once you’ve registered, you’ll only have to log in next time and it will remember you. Stores such as Tesco, John Lewis, Amazon and Sainsbury’s are part of the scheme. If you shop with them then they donate to us. There’s a video on their website and a step-by-step guide to help you.