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The Islamic Texts Society is an educational charity in the UK (reg. no. 283832) and 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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Make A Donation

There are a number of ways in which you can make single or regular donations to The Islamic Texts Society and all of these are listed below. Whichever way you choose to donate, if you are a UK taxpayer, please don’t forget to Gift Aid your donation as this will allow The Islamic Texts Society to reclaim tax on the amount that you give. To find out more about how Gift Aid works please click here.

Donate online using a debit or credit card

We welcome single or monthly donations by debit or credit card through the secure fundraising site Just Giving.

Donate by mobile phone

Simply text ITSG11 followed by a space and £, and the amount you wish to pay to 70070.

Set up a standing order

To set up a standing order and support The Islamic Texts Society on a regular basis, please download our ITS Standing Order Form, print it out, fill it in and send it to our office at The Islamic Texts Society, Miller’s House, Kings Mill Lane, Great Shelford, Cambridge, CB22 5EN.

Donate by cheque or postal order

To make a single donation by cheque or postal order, please download our ITS Donation Form, print it out, fill it in and send it with your donation to our office at The Islamic Texts Society, Miller’s House, Kings Mill Lane, Great Shelford, Cambridge, CB22 5EN. Please make cheques and postal orders payable to ‘The Islamic Texts Society’.

Donate by bank transfer

To make a donation by bank transfer please email funds@its.org.uk for our bank details.

Payroll Giving

With Payroll Giving you can give more to The Islamic Texts Society while paying less. If you are an employee and pay tax through Pay As You Earn (PAYE), you can donate to us through the Payroll Giving Scheme. With this Scheme, you authorise your company to send a donation to us from your income before tax is deducted. This means that you only pay tax on what is left, and your donation goes further for The Islamic Texts Society.

For example, if you are a basic rate taxpayer and you make a donation of £10 through the Payroll Giving Scheme, as you pay tax at 20%, The Islamic Texts Society will receive £10 although it will only cost you £8. If you are a higher rate taxpayer and make a donation of £10, as you pay tax at 40%, The Islamic Texts Society will receive £10 but it will only cost you £6.

Payroll Giving is one of the easiest and most efficient ways of giving for both the donor and us. To find out more details about Payroll Giving please click here.

Donate by tax return

If you complete a Self Assessment tax return, you are able to donate some or all of your tax refund to The Islamic Texts Society. In addition, if you tick the Gift Aid box on your tax return, the government will treat this donation as a Gift Aid donation. So, for every £10 you give, we receive £12.50. Please see our Gift Aid page to see if you qualify to Gift Aid your donations. To donate your tax refund to The Islamic Texts Society please include on your Self Assessment tax return form our unique SA Donate reference code which is: KAU64UG.

If you are a higher rate taxpayer and have made Gift Aided donations during the past tax year you are able to claim back the difference between the basic rate of tax on your donation that The Islamic Texts Society has been able to receive through the Gift Aid Scheme and the higher rate of tax that you have paid on the amount. You can also send this difference to The Islamic Texts Society by choosing us on your Self Assessment tax return form to receive your tax refund. Please remember to include our SA Donate reference code which is: KAU64UG.