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Questions worth asking: the Campaign for SOAS

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There are several ways in which you can support Questions worth asking: the Campaign for SOAS


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Make a single donation through our secure online form.

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FREEPOST RSGT-TUJA-AJXL                                 (Freepost for UK only)
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Sanctuary Scholarships

If you would like to make a gift to our Sanctuary Scholarships Appeal, to help give a SOAS education to refugees and displaced people, please visit the special Appeal Website.

Leaving a gift in your will

A legacy gift is a way of ensuring that you can continue to support SOAS even when you have passed on. To find out how you can continue to help SOAS in the future you can:

We would be delighted to discuss any aspect of philanthropy and how to support Questions worth asking: the Campaign for SOAS. Please visit the Contact page for further details.

SOAS is registered with the Fundraising Regulator, the independent regulator of charitable fundraising.  SOAS commits to being clear, honest, open and respectful when fundraising and adheres to the Fundraising Promise (pdf; 115kb)  .

If for any reason you feel that SOAS has failed to uphold these standards please see Fundraising Complaints Procedure (External) (pdf; 192kb)   which outlines how you can make a complaint.

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