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How the Foundation is Funded and How to Donate

The Foundation is a registered charity and is funded in a variety of ways.

How to Support Slynn Through Donations

We receive more requests for our support than we are able to meet and we would like to be able to do more. Your support through donation can help us achieve this.

If you would like to support our work, you can do so in a number of ways.

Institutional Funding

The Foundation has attracted funding for specific projects from the Foreign and Commonwealth Development Office most recently through the FCDO’s Reuniting Europe Programme and the Arab Partnership Participation Fund, the British Council, and in earlier years from the British Association for Central and Eastern Europe and the Lord Chancellor’s Department.

Some of its programmes have been funded from EU sources including the EU Ukrainian Business Council and EUPOL COPPS (the EU’s Rule of Law mission in the Occupied Palestinian Territories).

Individual Supporters

The Foundation has received many generous donations from individual donors for which it is extremely grateful.

Support in Kind

The Foundation would not be able to undertake its work without the huge amount of support it receives from the legal profession, particularly from individual judges and practitioners who kindly volunteer their services.

The Foundation is grateful to Clifford Chance for its pro bono partnership which provides us with a substantial amount of administrative help, including the provision of the Treasury service. The Foundation is also most grateful to those law firms including Allen & Overy from whom it has received generosity in kind.

If your firm or chambers would like to support the work of Slynn please get in touch with us. 

By making an Annual Gift

If you would like to do this, please complete the Banker’s Order form attached here and return to Ruth Eldon, Executive Administrator, The Slynn Foundation, 7-8 Essex Street, London WC2R 3LD or by emailing a scanned copy to rutheldon@gmail.com specifying whether you are eligible for Gift Aid.

By making a Single Gift

You can do this on line by going to www.cafonline.org and following the instructions for payments to the Slynn Foundation.

Alternatively you can send a cheque payable to The Slynn Foundation as above.  If you are eligible for Gift Aid please also complete and enclose the attached Gift Aid Declaration.