The society welcomes new members, whatever their interests.
It would really help the society if you could make your subscription payment online through our PayPal account.
You do not need a PayPal account to use this service, just a debit or credit card.
The Decorative Arts Society is a charity. Gift Aid is a UK government scheme where charities can reclaim money on your contribution from the HM Revenue & Customs. If you are a UK taxpayer we can reclaim 25p for every £1 you give us. See the bottom of this page for further details.
If you would prefer not to pay online,
simply print off this page, fill in your details
and send to:
The Decorative Arts Society
PO Box 136
I understand that the annual renewal date is 1 April,
but that if I join after January, my membership will continue until
31 March of the following year.
I/We wish to apply for
membership and enclose a cheque for £
payable to The Decorative Arts Society.
* I confirm that I wish the Society to reclaim tax
on all future donations until further notice. I am a UK taxpayer
and note that I should advise the Society if my annual tax payments
are less than that being claimed on my donations.
* I do not wish the Society to claim tax on my donations.
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*The Decorative Arts Society is a charity. Gift Aid is a UK government scheme where charities can reclaim money on your contribution from the HM Revenue & Customs. If you are a UK taxpayer we can reclaim 25p for every £1 you give us.
Making a Gift Aid declaration is an easy way of allowing the Decorative Arts Society to reclaim the tax you have already paid
We can reclaim almost a quarter of your membership subscriptions and/or donations
Anyone aged 18 or over who is a UK income or capital gains taxpayer can make a Gift Aid declaration
One Gift Aid declaration covers your future donations and membership subscriptions, and can be back dated to 6 April 2000 when the Gift Aid scheme was introduced
Gift Aid is not a method of payment so you still pay your subscription in the usual way