Unrestricted gift

An unrestricted gift allows the Trustees to decide how the funds might be most effectively used. An unrestricted gift allows the Trustees to decide how the funds might be most effectively used. If you would like to make a donation to support the work of The IASA, please do so via the box below.

Personal Info

Donation Total: £100.00

UK taxpayers can increase their donation via Gift Aid and will be sent a form following their donation.

If you would like to discuss making a gift, please email us.

Restricted gift

You could also choose to restrict your gift so that it goes to a particular aspect of our work, for example:

Research grants

IASA began making awards to support research in the Arabian peninsula from 2013 following a generous donation from the IASA Patron, Valeria Piacentini. We have since continued to make awards by drawing down on reserves, but this is not sustainable in the long term.  We have thus set up the IASA Grants Fund with the aim of attracting donations to enable us to continue supporting research in the long term.

These grants make a real difference in sustaining current research and supporting a new generation of researchers.  We attach great importance to disseminating the outcomes of research in the form of publications, contributions to conferences and inspiring exhibitions. Recipients of awards are required to  make full reports to the IASA and agree to give lectures organised by the IASA as well as writing shorter reports in our bi-annual bulletin to make outcomes known  as widely as possible.

Support for graduate students

We would also like to help promising young academics or graduate students from the Arabian Peninsula to attend the Seminar for Arabian Studies by the award of a grant for travel and stipend.

If you would like to discuss making a restricted gift, please email us.

Become a sponsor

Sponsor a IASA Lecture

You might like to think about sponsoring one of the IASA lectures. Sponsorship allows us to attract speakers from abroad, or to provide a networking reception alongside the event. To find out more about sponsorship of events please email us.

Remember The IASA in your Will

Please consider The IASA when you decide who you would like to benefit from your Will. By leaving a legacy to The IASA you will make an invaluable contribution to increasing knowledge and understanding of Arabia.

You will ensure that crucial resources are in place to help us to support more long term and sustainable projects in the study of the Arabian Peninsula. Every gift, whatever the amount, can help us.

If you are considering making or changing your Will, please take legal advice. In most cases you can make a simple addition to your existing Will with a codicil. The following suggested clauses may be of help to you and your solicitor:

For a pecuniary gift (a fixed sum of money decided by you): “I give the International Association for the Study of Arabia (IASA) the sum of £___ for its general purposes.”

For a residuary gift (the amount of the whole or portion of your estate after other legacies, Inheritance Tax and expenses have been paid): “I give the International Association for the Study of Arabia (IASA) ___% of the residue of my estate for general purposes.”

For a specific gift (a bequest of specific personal possessions such as property or stocks and shares): “I give the International Association for the Study of Arabia (IASA) my ____ for its general purposes.”

Or, to support a specific part of our work*: “I give theInternational Association for the Study of Arabia (IASA)… insert wording for a residuary/pecuniary/specific gift as appropriate and I wish this to be used for _____ purposes.”

* if there is a specific part of our work, other than those mentioned above, which you would like to see benefit from your gift please contact us before finalising your Will so that you can be sure that your wishes can be met.

If you have any questions or would like to speak with someone about how you can leave a legacy to support The IASA, please contact Simon Alderson (mobile 07966 260 086) who will be pleased to help.