Get involved Join us Join us Join today as a member and receive the many benefits of membership of the UK's only charity for people affected by genetic haemochromatosis. Help us to raise awareness, provide support, deliver education and undertake medical research into the condition. Join today and receive : a FREE copy of The Haemochromatosis Handbook (6th edition, published February 2020) our FREE guide to diet and healthy eating our FREE guide to genetic haemochromatosis and genetics our FREE guide - talking to friends & family about GH our FREE guide for General Practitioners (diagnosis and care of people with GH) our FREE Venesection Best Practice guide for venesection nurses a FREE venesection diary and record card a FREE "Stronger Than Iron" wristband posters for distribution to local health centres and GP surgeries voting rights at our Annual General Meeting Plus...... UK members : join now by direct debit Join by direct debit - £28 annually for waged Join by direct debit - £24 annually for student/retired/unwaged Join by direct debit today - cancel anytime. This is our best value-for-money membership option and helps keep our administration costs low. Our Direct Debit facility is provided by CAF Bank (Charities Aid Foundation) and the payment site is a secure site. Your subscription will appear on your bank statement with the heading “CHARITY DONATION”. International members : join now using credit or debit card. Join by credit or debit card - £32 annually Plus these additional benefits during your membership, including : special resources pack for your local venesection unit or hospital : each pack has resources to raise awareness and help 20 people with GH for use in clinics and hospitals priority access to our members-only monthly e-bulletins "On The Level" : be the first in-the-know! FREE will-writing service FREE genetic counselling service discounted, priority booking for our annual conference priority booking for webinars, events & information days 10% discount in our online shop Members-only legal helpline priority opportunities to join clinical research programmes, advancing our understanding of genetic haemochromatosis Membership bursaries We want to support as many people as we can, regardless of financial or economic circumstances. If your circumstances make it difficult to pay a membership fee, consider applying for a membership bursary. Each bursary provides a year of membership for free to people who might otherwise not be able to afford to join.