Donations


IPOPI would be grateful for any support to the important work for Primary Immunodeficiencies.

Despite the fact that effective treatment is available to treat PIDs, most adults and children with PID who live in the developing world have little or no access to proper care and treatment, because of economic constraints or poor awareness of the disorders. Without treatment people with PID face life-threatening or life-impairing conditions. In more developed countries, thousands of people with PID still do not have access to their treatment of choice due to misdiagnosis of their underlying condition. Early diagnosis can be life saving and prevent permanent organ damage.

You can help make a tremendous difference in their lives by supporting IPOPI.

Your donation can help us:

  • Improve access to treatment for people with PID throughout the world.
  • Provide patients and their families with the information they need to optimize their treatment
  • Raise awareness of PID with doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals, thereby helping diagnosing PID more early.
  • Increase public awareness.

For a direct transfer our bank accounts details are as follows:

Bank of Scotland plc
33 Old Broad Street
London
BX2 1LB
UK

Sort Code: 12-11-03
Account Number: 00800756
Account in the Name of: International Patient Organisation for Primary Immunodeficiencies
IBAN No GB63BOFS12110300800756
BIC BOFSGB21238


IPOPI Euro Account
Bank of Scotland plc
(Euro Account Centre)
50 West Campbell Street
Glasgow
G2 6YJ

Sort Code:  12-11-03
Account Number:  59148104
Account in the Name of: International Patient Organisation For Primary Immunodeficiencies
IBAN No GB25 BOFS 1211 0359 1481 04
BIC BOFSGB21238

 



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Contact
Executive Director: Johan Prevot
Email: johan@ipopi.org
Tel/Fax: +351 21 407 5720
UK office
Firside Main Road Downderry
Cornwall PL11 3LE
United Kingdom

Tel: +44 1503 250 668
Fax: +44 1503 250 961
E-mail: info@ipopi.org
IPOPI is a charity registered in the UK.
Registration No. 1058005