Join our charity

Joining us is one of the best ways to make a real difference to the lives of everyone living with APS, and it also makes you an important part of a national charity dedicated to helping people affected by antiphospholipid syndrome. You should also feel safer in the knowledge that you are not alone with your condition.

By becoming a friend of APS Support UK, you help us continue with our vital work to advance the understanding of APS as well as raising awareness among doctors and the wider community. You will have the satisfaction of knowing you’ve joined a positive force for change, helping to make sure people are diagnosed as early as possible and receive the best treatment.

You can subscribe to our charity for as little as £20 a year (£30 for non-UK subscribers) via card payment or direct debit. When you join us you will receive:

  • A welcome information pack which provides essential facts about APS.
  • Three newsletters per year packed full of the most recent research developments, any relevant legislation or new treatments available plus all the latest news from our supporters and fundraisers.
  • Email updates throughout the year on topics such as new treatment and important research.
  • Leaflets and flyers to provide you with in-depth information about APS, which you can either keep or pass on to your healthcare professionals
  • Charity merchandise including a pen, wristband and bug.

If you want to join by post (available to UK residents only), please download this online form, complete and return it to us at the address shown on the form.

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Please note: your contact details will only ever be used by our charity; we never share your personal data.

Help us fundraise

There are many ways you can help us raise vital funds and awareness, so we can improve and save the lives of people with APS, from simply shopping online while the retailer makes a donation on your behalf to staging your own event.

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Become a media volunteer

One of our charity’s main aims is to raise awareness of APS - both amongst healthcare workers and the general public.

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