We need money to fund our outreach to publicise Go and teach new people to play. You can help us by providing your time and effort or by contributing money as a donation.
In general the financial side is not as important to us as your time and effort would be. Our page covering Official Vacancies  also provides some ideas as to how you can help, but you may have your own. If so, please contact a Council member or the President .
To make a donation online by Debit or Credit Card or PayPal click the button below. If you don't want to make it online, then please contact our Treasurer  for further details.
Please see this page  if you would like to contribute in non-financial ways.
We welcome any legacies you may wish to make, but please note that we are not able (for legal reasons) to accept land or shares. If you intending to leave anything other than money or Go books/equipment etc. you may wish to discuss this with the Treasurer.  We give below some suggested wording should you wish to make a legacy.
Please note that this does not represent legal advice, and we cannot accept responsibility for the use of this wording. The British Go Association does not have a registered address, so the address quoted is that of the Treasurer, as of 2015.
I GIVE to the British Go Association c/o The Treasurer, 26 Groby Lane, Newtown Linford, LE6 0HH the sum of [ ] absolutely and free of tax and I DECLARE that the written receipt of the Treasurer or other competent officer for the time being of the said British Go Association shall be a sufficient receipt to my Trustees who shall not be required to see to the application of the property or money concerned.
If the British Go Association is found to have ceased to exist or have become amalgamated with another organisation or to have changed its name before my death then the gift contained in this my Will shall be transferred to such institution or institutions (and if more than one in whatever proportions as my Trustees shall in their absolute discretion think fit) whose purpose is as close as possible to those of the said British Go Association.