ANTI-SLAVERY
SOCIETY

FIGHTING SLAVERY TODAY

Funding

The Society receives no government funding.  It relies entirely on donations raised from members of the public and on the work of unpaid volunteers.

The Society does not solicit funds or sponsorships from companies or other businesses which may result in a conflict between its interest in receiving such donations or sponsorships and its historic duty to relieve the distress and suffering of children.

For ethical reasons, it does not award prizes, use games of chance (such as raffles, bingo, etc) or retain professional fundraisers and pay them a commission on contributions or donations received as methods of raising funds.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Links to other pages dealing with the Society:

Legal status of the Society

Constitution of the Society

Society's funding


Society's finances

Society's overseas programs in Africa and Asia

Structure of the Society

Society's governance

Membership


Links to other Societies:

American Anti-Slavery Society

Australian Anti-Slavery Society


The Society is not responsible for the content of external internet sites. 

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TRADE
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SACRIFICE

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LABOR

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LABOR

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