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Donations to the Centre
30TH ANNIVERSARY FUND/DONATIONS

The Centre celebrated its 30th Anniversary on 15th March 2018 and to mark this significant achievement, we have established an Anniversary Fund - with a target to reach of 1 million - for the purpose of enabling our Centre (an educational charity) to carry forward over the next 5 years our pioneering Ethics work.

Our Centre collaborates and has taken a lead with with businesses, governments, professional bodies and Universities in different countries which have sought our research knowledge to be integrated into their emerging programmes, such as a range of Indian and Chinese Universities; Trinity College in the University of Melbourne, Australia; West Suffolk College (part of the University of Suffolk, UK), and numerous others.

It is these Ethics and CSR topics - and links - that our Centre needs to take forward through research and dissemination into the next 5 years ahead and for which we invite you to make a generous donation to our 30th Anniversary Fund. All donors will appear, if they wish to be known publicly, on the ROLL OF HONOUR we are creating to thank them for their contribution to the Fund, and this ROLL OF HONOUR will appear in 2018 on our Centre's website, which has global recognition.

TO MAKE A DONATION ONLINE USING OUR SECURE PAYMENT SYSTEM PLEASE CLICK HERE. ALTERNATIVELY DONATIONS BY POST TO THE CENTRE WILL BE GRATEFULLY RECEIVED. PLEASE SEE OUR CONTACT PAGE.

30TH ANNIVERSARY FUND

Donors are invited to contact the Centre`s Director, Dr Rosamund Thomas, if they have any specific ideas/requirements to support financially our UK/European/Global research and dissemination work to businesses, governments, universities in Business Ethics/Corporate Social Responsibility and related issues.


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