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Online Payments and Donations

You can help the British Association of the Order of Malta advance its charitable activities by making online payments to us through PayPal following the “Click here to Donate” button link below and selecting your payment type, e.g. “subscription”, “donation”, or “purchases”, likewise please select if you are making a one-off or recurring payment. Further, you have the option to add a payment reference under “+ write a note (optional)” with your payment. The latter is important if you like your donation to be allocated to a specific cause.

For example, if you pay for your

Annual Subscription: 

Select payment type “subscription”  and add a reference (i.e. + write a note (optional)) about your payment with your name and membership number,


Select payment type “Donation” and to ensure your donation is directed to your chosen cause please add a note in the “+ write a note” box to include your name and your chosen cause.

A list of current causes is shown below – please if your donation is intended for any of these causes use the relevant name from this list. Otherwise please enter your own chosen cause name.

List of current causes:

  • Companions of the Order of Malta (info link)
  • Foreign Aid Service (info link)
  • Lourdes Pilgrimage (info link)
  • The Nehemiah Project
  • BASMOM Edinburgh Ball
  • UKRAINE APPEAL (info link)
  • Holy Family Hospital Bethlehem
  • other (please specify)


If paying for “purchases” please reference the purchased item (i.e. + write a note (optional)) and your name.

Gift Aid:

If your payment is eligible for “Gift Aid” please indicate this with your PayPal payment by checking the “gift aid it” box and if you wish, you can also download our Gift Aid declaration form and email it for the attention of BASMOM Accountant at or by mail to BASMOM Accountant, 13 Deodar Road, London SW15

Payment Types

  • PayPal
  • Visa/Visa Debit/Visa Electron
  • Mastercard
  • American Express
  • Discover
  • Maestro

Registered Charity number 1103567



The mission of the Order of Malta is inspired by its tradition of ‘Tuitio Fidei et Obsequium Pauperum', to assist the poor and the sick, and bear witness to the Christian faith.


The Sovereign Order of Malta is a sovereign subject of international law. The Order - which is based in Rome, in via Condotti - has its own Government, an independent magistracy, and bilateral diplomatic relations with 110 countries.


The Order of St John of Jerusalem is one of the oldest institutions of Western and Christian civilisation. Present in Palestine in around 1048, it is a lay religious Order, traditionally of military, chivalrous, noble nature.