Make a major gift
Such gifts enable us to plan long-term programmes to address the root causes of religious repression and deliver sustainable change. We’re in this for the long haul, and we’re looking for people who are passionate about justice and freedom to partner with us as we work towards lasting change. We would love to speak to you about how you can get involved.
If you’re interested in supporting significant areas of our work, then our Major Gifts Team would love to speak to you. We would be pleased to talk through specific projects or programmes that we’re running in any of the 25 countries on which we work, all of which would directly benefit from your investment.
At CSW, we form long-lasting relationships with our key supporters. This allows us to really understand the issues you care most about. We work closely with you to provide the best possible support for individuals suffering on account of their religion or belief, and for families going through some of the toughest times in their lives.
If you give a major donation to CSW, we will work closely with you to ensure you are regularly updated on the project you have chosen to support. You will have the option of seeing the work first-hand by traveling with one of our advocates, so you can share in the lasting, positive impact of your generosity.
How your generosity could help:
$5,000 would allow two of our advocates to carry out a fact finding visit of around ten days to one of our countries of focus e.g. Nigeria.
$10,000 would cover the cost of design, printing and publication of a major new report. These are central to our advocacy work and form the basis of our meetings with decision makers, and shaping international debate on an issue or country.
$25,000 would cover the cost (salary and travel) of one of our advocacy team leaders for 6 months. Such a gift would enable us to plan with certainty overseas visits, meetings and activities.
Please contact our Major Gifts team to make a donation or to find more about our work.
Tel: (307) 472-1918
#2 Our principles
We believe no one should suffer discrimination, harassment or persecution because of their beliefs