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The Islamic Texts Society is an educational charity in the UK (reg. no. 283832) specialising in the publication of books on the heritage of Islam.

As a registered charity, the Islamic Texts Society is dependent on the financial support of its readers and of all those who share its educational vision to achieve its aims and objectives. If you are interested in supporting the activities of the Islamic Texts Society, please visit the Support Us page.

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Whether or not you are able to give a material donation to The Islamic Texts Society, you can be part of securing its future. If you have ideas on fundraising for The Islamic Texts Society, please get in touch with us to register you as a fundraiser. We will be pleased to discuss your ideas with you and send you a fundraising pack with more detailed information on The Islamic Texts Society, its aims, history, achievements and projects. You may also like to consider one of the following:

  • Create your personal fundraising page on Just Giving and choose The Islamic Texts Society as your charity to raise money for. To create your page, please click on the button:

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You can then email the link to your page to your friends and family to encourage them to donate. If you have a Facebook profile, you can add your Just Giving page link to that.

  • If you are part of a professional association you may like to give a presentation at one of your events, ask us to give a presentation or circulate information on The Islamic Texts Society in your newsletter or via your mailing list. Please contact us to register, discuss ideas and request a fundraising folder.
  • You may like to give a talk about The Islamic Texts Society in your local community, mosque, university society or club. Please contact us to register and request a fundraising folder.

There are many ways in which you can support us and fundraising is a crucial one. We hope that as a community we can work together to bring out more classics from the Islamic heritage in the English language.