BABS is a registered charity with the aim of promoting music education and the understanding of singing harmony in the barbershop style. Appointed Trustees manage and invest the funds to ensure the interest in barbershop singing is maintained into the future.

Your help is needed to ensure we can continue the work we are doing. You can also make a donation, large or small, at any time or you may consider leaving money in your will to BABS which will then aid us in our aim.

BABS does receives funds from the government through the Gift Aid programme so please do ensure you sign a Gift Aid form so that we can claim these additional funds relating to your BABS annual subscription. 

Other Ways to Donate

Amazon Smile

Go to smile.amazon.co.uk
Search for ‘The British Association of Barbershop Singers’
Select us as your chosen charity
Use smile.amazon.co.uk when buying anything off Amazon for them to donate 0.5% of the price of selected items purchased to BABS
This does not work on the Amazon app, only on browsers
Doesn’t cost you anything!

Easyfundraising.org.uk

Go to the above website
Search for ‘The British Association of Barbershop Singers’
Select us as your chosen charity
Either shop through visiting the website, install the Donation Reminder on your web browser, or install the app on your mobile device to support us.
Doesn’t cost you anything!

eBay

When listing an item to sell on eBay, you can donate a portion of your item’s sale price to charity.
On the item listing page, select ‘Make a donation’ and choose ‘The British Association of Barbershop Singers’ as your favourite charity.
Select a donation percentage (10% - 100%) of your sales price
eBay will give you a credit on basic insertion and valuation fees; e.g. donate 30% and eBay fee is waived by 30%.
100% of the donation is given to BABS.

PayPal Giving

Donate via PayPal Giving with your PayPal account or debit/credit card
https://www.paypal.com/gb/fundraiser/charity/3158510 

Payroll Giving scheme through CAF

If your company is part of CAF’s Payroll Giving scheme (CAF Give As You Earn), ask your HR or Payroll Manager how to join the scheme.
If your employer hasn’t signed up to the scheme, contact CAF who can contact your employer on your behalf to discuss the scheme.

One-off or regular donations via CAF

Visit the website and select which way you’d like to donate, and your preferred payment option
https://cafdonate.cafonline.org/793#/DonationDetails 

Legacies

For more information on legacies contact Pat Perridge, BABS Director of Administration, on [email protected]