To become a Cryonics UK member, you'll need to set up a
standing order to cover the monthly membership fee. Non UK
members may wish to pay annually for convenience.
Current membership fees are:
Monthly subscription if aged under 25: £10
• Monthly subscription if you attend training sessions: £15
• Monthly subscription if you do not attend training sessions:
• Monthly subscription for a household if at least one member
of the household attends training sessions: £25
• Monthly subscription for a household if no members of that
household attend training sessions: £30
One of Cryonics UK's primary roles in to provide emergency
services for its members. We rely on volunteers to maintain
and provide this service. To encourage volunteers, membership
dues are lower for those who attend training sessions than for
those who do not.
Training sessions are held every three or four months.
Members paying the reduced membership rate are expected to
attend at least two training weekends per year. Details of
training weekends can be found on the Training page.
Please ask your bank to pay your monthly subscription to:
• Bank name: CAF Bank (this is a specialist bank for
• Account name: HOPRT (this stands for Human Organ
Preservation Research Trust, which is our charity, though your
bank will not need to know the full title)
• Sort Code: 40 52 40 • Account number: 0001 8686
New members should email: firstname.lastname@example.org
to provide contact information and confirm their membership.
You will then receive a data collection form. If you do not
have all the information for the form, please complete as much
as you can and return it to us promptly. You can always send a
revised copy later. If you do not provide us with relevant
information, this could adversely affect our emergency
response for you.
The Human Organ Preservation Research Trust is a registered
charity (reg no 1001750). The charity operates under the
name of Cryonics UK. HOPRT is currently funded by membership
fees and donations.
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