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Supporting Amarna

Our current funding priorities:

  • Excavating the Great Aten Temple
  • Conserving and documenting coffins from the South Tombs Cemetery
  • Archiving our pottery data
  • Publishing the South Tombs Cemetery project
  • Our Field Station and Office

Our Giving Circles

You can be a part of something extraordinary by joining one of our giving circles.

£10 or more per month

The Akhetaten Circle

The Akhetaten Circle brings supporters together to share in our work. To join, we ask you to consider a gift of £10 per month (or greater). In appreciation for this gift, you will receive a donor pin, be included in our annual donor list and be invited to a special annual event. The Akhetaten Circle is proof that great things can happen when people come together to support a passion. It takes only 33 members giving £10 per month, for example, to fund our coffin conservation project for 2018.

To join the Akhetaten Circle, please visit our Justgiving page and choose ‘Make a monthly donation’ at the top right, then choose a sum of £10.00 or greater on the next page. The entirety of your gift will support our Annual Fund.

Please leave an email address so that we can contact you as required.

£500 or more per year

The Meryra Circle

The Meryra Circle was established to thank our most loyal and committed supporters. To join, we ask you to consider a gift of £500 per year. In appreciation for this gift, you will receive a donor pin, be included in our annual donor list and be invited to an exclusive annual event. If you are a UK high-rate tax-payer, your gift can also count towards a tax-deduction.

To join the Meryra Circle, please visit our dedicated Justgiving page and enter a gift amount of £500 (or greater) when prompted.

Please leave an email address so that we can contact you as required.

Or by making a gift

Every gift, large or small, makes an immediate difference to what we achieve at Amarna.

Make a single gift

Download a gift form (PDF)

By Cheque

Cheques should be made out to the Amarna Trust and sent to

Dr Kate Spence
Department of Archaeology
University of Cambridge
Downing Street
Cambridge CB2 3DZ
United Kingdom

Gift Aid on United Kingdom donations

The Trust is able to benefit from the present UK tax legislation by reclaiming tax on donations from UK tax-payers under the Gift Aid scheme, which increases the value of the gift by nearly a third (there are further tax advantages for donors who pay at higher rates).

United States of America donations

For residents of the USA, tax-efficient gifts can be made through two 501(c) (3) tax-exempt organizations, and by requesting that the gift be used to support work at Tell el-Amarna in Egypt.

The first is the Amarna Research Foundation, which also invites membership. Members receive a separate newsletter. The Foundation supports research into Amarna and the Amarna Period more generally, and our Amarna Project.

http://www.theamarnaresearchfoundation.org/

The second is the Cambridge in America Foundation, which makes grants directly to the McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research in Cambridge and hence to the Amarna Project. To make a donation, please visit their website below, click ‘make a gift’ and request, when prompted, that your gift is designated to ‘the Amarna Trust at the McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, Cambridge University’.

www.cantab.org/

The Trust’s Honorary Treasurer is:

Susan Kelly
8 chemin Doctoresse-Champendal
1206 Geneva
Switzerland
e: suekelly.canada@gmail.com

Details of the Trust’s bank account are:

Bank: Nat West
Address: High Wycombe branch, 33 High Street, High Wycombe, Bucks,
HP11 2AJ
Account name: The Amarna Trust
Account number: 21457700
Branch sort code: 60-11-01
BIC: NWBK GB 2L
IBAN: GB70 NWBK 6011 0121 4577 00

LATEST NEWS

  • 2018 Amarna Study Day

    The Amarna Project has just wrapped up an extensive season of work on site, partly funded by the Amarna Trust.

    Jun

    06

    2018
  • In the field – Spring 2018

    The Amarna Project has just wrapped up an extensive season of work on site, partly funded by the Amarna Trust.

    May

    08

    2018