How you can help
Phi derives its income from consulting activities, and from Friends and supporters.
All donations we receive make a real difference to the work we do and the partnerships and links we support.
There are three ways in which you can help to finance the work we do:
I've been supporting Phi as a Phi Friend since the early days. Although Phi transferred to the University of Winchester in 2015, Phi receives no funding from the University. So the Phi Friends programme has been revived, and I am glad to contribute my £10 a month to help it on its way. The money goes to support health information and library services in the countries that most need them. Phi Friend
How to become a Friend
Becoming a Friend of Phi is the most effective way of supporting librarians and information professionals in their efforts to save lives and alleviate the consequences of disease and disability in some of the poorest parts of the world.
This membership scheme is open to individuals, organizations and institutions.
Past co-Presidents: Sir Iain Chalmers and Sir J.A. Muir Gray
Please choose which way would suit you best:
Set up a Standing Order
Please click here for a form and further information
Payroll Giving Scheme
Join a Payroll Giving scheme with through your employer or pension scheme, please click here for a form
Make a secure online annual or monthly payment through justgiving , please click here
Gift Aid It
If you would like to increase your contribution with no expense to yourself, please consider filling in the Gift Aid form. This allows Phi to claim the tax paid on your donation, which means an extra 25 pence for every £1 you donate if you are a UK tax payer at the standard rate.
Make a donation today and from time to time
Make a secure online donation to Phi today, through Justgiving, please click here
Cheque or Postal Order
Send a cheque or postal order to our official address: 25 Church Drive, Harrow, Middlesex, HA2 7NR, UK. Donation form.
Gift Aid It
If you would like to increase your contribution with no expense to yourself, please consider filling in the Gift Aid Declaration. This allows Phi to claim the tax paid on your donation, which means an extra 25 pence for every £1 you donate if you are a UK tax payer at the standard rate.