Sponsorship, advertising and donations
Interested in sponsoring the Geographical Association or a GA member? There are a number of ways that you can do so, including:
We take page advertisements and inserts in all three journals mailed out in January, May and October: Primary Geography (sent to 1900 members), Teaching Geography (sent to 3000 members) and Geography (sent to 2400 members).
Download prices, specifications and further information about advertising in each journal.
Spring issue: 30 September
Summer issue: 31 January
Autumn issue: 30 June
We also offer advertising in GA Magazine which is sent to all 5500 members in January, May and September.
Spring issue: 31 October
Summer issue: 28 February
Autumn issue: 30 June
Advertising is available on the GA's fortnightly email newsletter which is sent to over 8000 recipients:
- Sponsored listing - £250 for up to 50 words plus your logo and a link
- Small banner advert - £50
- Large banner advert - £100
A range of advertising opportunities are available on the GA website. Download details and prices or contact Lucy Oxley for further information. Our website regularly attracts more than 1500 visitors a day, with much higher figures at peak times.
We offer space for adverts in our Annual Conference Booking Information and also in the Conference Handbook. 10,000 copies of the Booking Information are sent out in advance of the event and all attendees (800+) receive a copy of the Handbook at Conference.
Details for exhibiting at the Annual Conference can be found in the Annual Conference area.
GA Awards for Publishers
The GA Awards aim to recognise material which is likely to make a significant contribution to geography in primary schools, secondary schools or colleges, and to encourage the creative development of new materials. The Awards are well respected within the geography community, and the GA endorsement / Award logo on winning publications and promotional material is a valuable selling point.
Further information about the scheme and how to apply is available on the GA Awards page.
Donate to the GA
Tax repayment donation
You probably do not need reminding that personal members of the GA can treat their professional subscription as an allowable expense for Income Tax purposes. What this means in practice is that if you make a request to your local Tax Office they will include your GA subscription in the calculation of your PAYE code, thereby allowing you to receive tax relief on the amount that you pay to us.
However, did you also know that if you are a Self Assessment taxpayer you could use your tax return to donate tax repayments to a charity of your choice? The Inland Revenue, via its website, provides a search facility giving details of all UK charities and similar bodies registered with them to accept the donation of a tax repayment via the Self-Assessment tax return. The GA's unique reference code for this purpose is TAR05ZG and it can be obtained by typing 'Geographical Association' into their searchable charities database.
You can download a letter template for writing to your local Tax Office here.
What this means in practice is that taxpayers can nominate the GA to receive a tax repayment due to them as a result of making the tax return. They can donate the whole repayment or specify a lesser amount. If donors make a Gift Aid declaration on the tax return itself the Inland Revenue will pay the tax on Gift Aided donations to the GA without the need to make a further claim. Furthermore higher rate taxpayers will be able to claim the relief due to them in the tax return for year in which the donation was made.
Individuals can also make online donations to the GA via Charity Choice or by visiting the Charity Aid Foundation's website and typing 'Geographical Association' into their charity search facility.
All enquiries regarding the above, as well as any requests for other information regarding bequests in favour of the GA should be directed in the first instance to Richard Gill.
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