Donate to The Faraday Institute
The Faraday Institute for Science and Religion was founded in 2006 thanks to a grant from the John Templeton Foundation. Since that time it has gained an international reputation as the UK's pre-eminent research and educational enterprise in the field of science and religion.
Its many outputs and events reach large UK and international audiences via the web, radio interviews, press articles and courses both in Cambridge and overseas. Outputs include filmed lectures, seminars, conferences and public discussions, disseminated more widely via YouTube, Twitter, Facebook and other media.
Without further financial support The Faraday Institute cannot maintain its work into the future. We need your support now! And in the process you might wish to consider becoming a Friend of The Faraday Institute.
Please note that gifts may be made to specific projects.
UK tax-payers are kindly requested to GiftAid their donations.
How to donate
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Regularly donating a fixed sum from your salary is a simple way to give. It is also the most tax effective.
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