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Donate by bank transfer

Account name: OCHS
Bank: Barclays Bank
Address: City Centre Branch
54 Cornmarket Street, Oxford, OX1 3HB, UK

Account number: 00515302
Sort Code: 206518
Swift BIC: BARCGB22
IBAN: GB62 BARC 2065 1800 5153 02

Donate by cheque

Cheques payable to OCHS can be sent to:
The Bursar
OCHS
15 Magdalen Street
Oxford, OX1 3AE
United Kingdom

Donate time: Become a volunteer

The generous support of volunteers makes a huge difference to the services that the OCHS is able to offer. Are you able to give some time to the Centre?

Offering your skills If you are interested in working as a volunteer in other areas of the Centre, let us know what skills you have to offer and how much time you can give. We do benefit greatly from this sort of assistance.

Donate a book, an object, or a collection

The Centre's archive project is actively collecting contemporary and historical objects, books, newsletters, manuscripts and photographs from around the world. We have always benefited greatly from donations by the Centres's many friends and supporters. If you have an item, book, photograph or collection that you feel would be of interest to the Centre's archive, we would be happy to discuss this with you.

In the first instance we suggest that you email us with brief details of the object or collection. This will allow us to put you in contact with the most appropriate specialist curator who can then advise you further.

Corporate sponsorship

The Centre is always interested in building new partnerships with businesses and other organisations.

Some of the advantages of sponsorship include:

  • The OCHS attracts many visitors a year; including important scholars, dignitaries, religious leaders, local families, school groups and other visitors from across the UK, as well as from overseas.

  • Opportunities for publicity and promotions at community events.

  • Association with an academic institution making a significant contribution to the community.

  • Our commitment to working with communities around the world to promote greater understanding and an appreciation of the richness of our cultural diversity.