A retired member is someone who has practised as a health visitor and would like to support the Institute to ensure that every child gets the best possible start in life.
Our fees are very modest as it’s more important to us to engage with as many health visitors as possible. For only £3.75 per month /£45 per year, iHV membership will enable you to demonstrate your commitment to health visiting.
As a self-funding charity we can only be successful in our mission to strengthen health visiting practice if the profession and its supporters join us on our journey. We thank all our members for their continued support in helping the iHV to support health visitors to ensure that every child gets the best possible start in life.
Monthly payment via GoCardless*
Our preferred payment option, GoCardless, allows you to pay monthly by Direct Debit. Unlike other payment methods, GoCardless keeps our administration costs to a minimum which makes a big difference to a small charity like the iHV.
You can join online and then send us a cheque to cover your annual fee. Please make cheques payable to the Institute of Health Visiting and send it to Institute of Health Visiting, c/o iHV Admin Office, Unit 12e The Wren Centre, Westbourne Road, Emsworth, Hants PO10 7SU. Please write on the reverse of your cheque your full name and email address.
If you are a UK taxpayer, the value of your membership fee can be increased by 25p for every £1 you donate under the Gift Aid scheme at no extra cost to you. Gift Aid is then reclaimed by the iHV from the tax you pay for the current tax year. Please read the declaration on the Application Form and tick the box if you are eligible and wish your donations to be treated in this way to boost your donation. Thank you.
Claim tax relief on your iHV subscription
If you are a UK taxpayer and a self-funded member of the iHV, you can now get tax relief on your subscription fees.
Following registration, you will not be sent details of how to validate your membership and sign in to the website until a confirmed payment has been received, i.e. initial payment via direct debit or receipt of cheque in the post.