How to join

Subscriptions
The annual subscription for individual members is £20 per year for those with a UK mailing address, and £25 per year (or £100 for five years) for those with a mailing address outside the UK.

Associate membership is available to societies, clubs, libraries, companies, etc. The annual subscription, wherever the mailing address, is £25 (or £100 for five years).

Members resident in the UK should pay their first year’s subscription by cheque or bank transfer, and must pay by bank Standing Order thereafter.

Members resident overseas should pay by cheque or bank transfer, in Sterling; we regret that we cannot accept other currencies. We aim to offer payment via PayPal on our website soon.

Annual subscriptions are due on 1st January each year.  The annual subscription of members joining after 31st August will not expire until the end of the following year, so please complete your Standing Order accordingly.

Gift Aid
Members who pay UK income tax and/or capital gains tax can help us, without cost to themselves, by completing and signing a Gift Aid declaration (which remains in force for any further subscriptions or donations until cancelled in writing by the member).

Click the links below for our Application forms which must be downloaded and completed by hand.

Membership and Standing Order form

Gift Aid form

 To help us identify your payment on our bank statements please provide a reference, consisting ideally of your initials and surname.  Please send your completed forms, together with your first payment of £20 or £25 or £100, to:

Bacsa Honorary Membership Secretary,
42 Rectory Lane,
King’s Langley,
WD4 8EY

If you have any queries please contact him:
email: membershipatbacsa.org.uk (replacing the “at” with @)
telephone: +44 (0)1923 267 458

Can you help?

Please explore this site, and if you feel you would like to support our work by becoming a member go to the membership page.

Bacsa also needs members willing to act as Area Representatives, that is people willing to act as a link between local people in their area seeking grants and the Bacsa Executive Committee.  The Area Rep is the channel of communication between the grant recipients and the Executive Committee.  Areas can be large or small depending on how much the Are Rep feels able to take on.

Or if you do not want a long term commitment please consider making a one off donation.

 

Can we help you?

Many European graves in India have been destroyed, but many remain.  If you have an ancestor who died in Indi,a BACSA can try to locate their grave for you.