Centre for Studies on Inclusive Education

supporting inclusion, challenging exclusion

support us

Thank you for considering supporting our work. CSIE receives no regular funding - our income and continued existence depend on sales of resources & services; on charitable, research or other project grants; and on your generous donations. Your support helps us plan with greater confidence and carry out more exciting projects.


Donate via Amazon - at no cost to you!

Amazon Smile

Every time you shop via AmazonSmile with CSIE as your selected charity, Amazon will donate 0.5% of the net purchase price of eligible purchases to CSIE at no cost to you! AmazonSmile is run by Amazon and sells the exact same products, at the exact same prices.

  • Simply log in CSIE Amazon Smile and start shopping:
  • Alternatively, sign in to smile.amazon.co.uk, select Your Account at the top of the page, choose Change your Charity (on a mobile browser, Change Your Charity is at the bottom of the page) and select CSIE.
  • The 0.5% of the net purchase price excludes VAT, returns and shipping fees.
  • Thank you!

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Donate the value of your unwanted goods!

Ziffit

Now you can declutter and support CSIE at the same! Virgin Money Giving has partnered with Ziffit, making it easy to donate the value of your unwanted books, CDs, DVDs, Blurays and games to charities such as CSIE!

  • Download the free app or visit the ziffit website and log in.
  • Scan or enter your barcodes and get an instant price.
  • Complete your trade and pack up your unwanted items.
  • Request the free courier service or take your boxes to a Collect+ store.
  • The value of your unwanted items will be sent to CSIE.
  • Thank you!

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Donate via eBay!

eBay

If you sell goods on eBay, you can donate 10% to 100% of items' final sale prices to CSIE.

  • It is as simple as adding the charity and donation percentage to the sale listing.
  • Once this is set up, no other action is needed: whenever payment is made for an item sold, the PayPal Giving Fund will collect your donation and send it to CSIE.
  • Please see below for clear, step-by-step instructions.
  • Thank you!

Instructions for donating via eBay:

  1. In the "Selling Details" section, choose "Make a donation".
  2. Select the percentage you would like to donate to CSIE.
  3. Select CSIE from the list of available options or choose Centre for Studies on Inclusive Education under "select another charity you love".
  4. CSIE will then receive an email informing us of your listing. All charities have the right to request an item cancellation if they do not want to benefit from the item's listing.
  5. PayPal Giving Fund will collect the donation from the seller approximately 21 days after the transaction has completed, and send a confirmation email.
  6. Once a month, PayPal Giving Fund will add all the donations together and give 100% to CSIE.
  7. Thank you for considering supporting CSIE in this way.

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One-off Donation!

Cake Sale

You can give directly to CSIE - either as a personal contribution or by transferring the proceeds of an event or sponsored activity. Thank you!

  • Many thanks for considering this option, please click on the first button below to make your donation.

Ideas for fundraising activities:

  • You can organize a cake sale or similar event, or do a sponsored walk, climb, run, swim, skydive, cook, bake, sing, or any other activity of your choice.
  • Please feel free to contact the CSIE office for any information to help plan your event.

Become a Friend of CSIE!

You can become a Friend of CSIE and make a monthly or annual contribution. As well as the pleasure of helping make a difference in the development of inclusive education, you will also get:

  • 10% discount on all CSIE resources and events.
  • a chance to have a say in CSIE’s priorities and planned activities.
  • quarterly newsletters with insider information on recent developments.
  • a certificate acknowledging your contribution.

To become a Friend of CSIE please click on the second button below. You can suspend or cancel your contributions at any time, but please remember to tell us. Thank you!


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