Become a member
Membership of the Sudan Archaeological Society is available to all.
Members receive a copy of the Society’s annual bulletin, Sudan & Nubia, published each autumn and details of Society events. Discounts are also available on Society publications and on entry to the Society’s lectures and colloquia.
There are four categories of membership …
|ordinary member||£18 per annum|
|household||£23 per annum||2+ in same household|
|student member||£7.50 per annum||bona fide students|
|institution||£25 per annum|
ONLINE : CREDIT or DEBIT CARD via PAYPAL
Unfortunately, we are unable to offer online payment facilities at the moment …
We regret that due to US government policy towards Sudan, PayPal is unable to deal with transactions on behalf of the Society. The Officers of the Society are investigating alternative payment methods. To arrange payments for membership, please contact the Honorary Secretary.
The Society cannot accept payment directly by credit or debit card.
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Print, complete and sign the form, include a Sterling cheque drawn on a UK bank for the relevant amount and send it to the Honorary Secretary. The address is given on the right and is also on the form.
STANDING ORDER MANDATE
If you wish to have your bank pay the Society’s subscription every year automatically, you can arrange a standing order. A UK standing order mandate form is provided below. Complete it and take it to your bank.
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The Society is constituted as a charity and relies on the generous support of funding organizations, membership fees and donations. If you would like to donate, your contribution would be greatly appreciated.
Individuals donating more £250 in any one year (over and above the membership fee) become patrons of the Society for that year.
If you would like to make a donation online, you can do so using the Paypal button below: just click on donate. You can use your Paypal account, start a Paypal account or use your credit or debit card without joining Paypal.
In addition, the benefit of Gift Aid Tax Relief is available to charitable societies such as SARS for donations from UK tax payers (out of their general taxed income) of any amount. The Society can reclaim tax at no extra cost to the donor. In addition, a donor who is a higher rate tax payer can claim further relief in his or her own benefit.
We regret that due to US government policy towards Sudan, PayPal is unable to deal with transactions on behalf of the Society. The Officers of the Society are investigating alternative payment methods. To arrange payments for donations please contact the Honorary Secretary.
Sudan & Nubia
annual bulletin published by
c/o The Department of Ancient Egypt and Sudan
The British Museum
London WC1B 3DG
Fax +44 (0)20 7323 8803