Physiopedia is a charity registered in the UK run by a team of volunteers who are on a mission to improve global health by providing free access to physiotherapy knowledge to everyone! Empowering physiotherapists with knowledge means better health care and reduced disability around the world. It is about the power of individuals to do extraordinary things for the global physiotherapy profession and for the world wide population of people that will benefit from our care.
Where does your donation go?
All money received as a donation goes towards supporting our mission of providing equitable access to physiotherapy knowledge.
|Amounts to donate||What we will do with this donation||Optionally you can tell us...|
|£10||keep the website online for one day||why Physiopedia is so important to you, we love to share your stories|
|£50||fully review the evidence and update a Physiopedia page||which page you would like us to review and update|
|£100||provide one year of CPD for a physiotherapist on a low income country||if you would like to sponsor a physiotherapist from a low income country and we will find you a sponsee|
|£300||pay for one month of website hosting||why Physiopedia is so important to you, we love to share your stories|
|£1000||develop a 1-2 hour online course||which course you would like us to develop|
|£10,000||fund a free 16 hour online course||which course you would like us to develop|
|£20,000||pay for the creation of a Physiopedia app!||your contact details and we'll involve you in the process|
How to donate
Make a one time or regular donation - we use donorbox to collect our donations. If you are a UK tax payer, your donation is eligible for Gift Aid which boosts your donation by 25p for every £1 you donate at no extra cost to you!
Make a Direct deposit - Physiopedia can accept money transfers to the following account: Bank Address HSBC, 15 Cornhill, Dorchester, DT1 1BJ, UK; Account No 21508458; Sort Code 401921; IBAN GB38MIDL40192121508458; BIC MIDLGB2129F. Please email us to let us know that you have made a donation this way.
Alternatively you could:
Or you could even:
- Contribute content - many physiotherapists around the world are engaged in creating and updating the Physiopedia content. Find out more about joining our awesome tribe of Physiopedia editors
If you have any questions about making a donation, please contact Rachael Lowe
Thanks for your donation, you are awesome!