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Thank you for supporting The Warburg Institute. The Warburg Institute is indebted to the enormous goodwill of its supporters at home and abroad.

Please read our Terms of Service for more information about online giving, as well as how we hold and process your data.

If you are experiencing problems completing your donation, please contact us by emailing development@london.ac.uk or calling +44 (0)20 7863 1340.

 
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Terms of Service

Our terms of service describe what the University of London Alumni and Supporters website pages can do for you, and what we kindly request of you in return.

Online Giving

Our website processes donations for the University of London, including all its central academic bodies and functions. To process these gifts, the University pays a transaction fee of up to 4% on the donation. We cover this fee from the University's central budget, meaning that the full amount of your donation will go to support the University, or the department or Institute to which you have donated. If you have any questions, please email us at development@london.ac.uk.

Because we pay a small fee to process donations, we ask that gifts over £5,000 are made directly to us via our bank. To donate in this way, please email us at development@london.ac.uk or telephone us on +44 (0)20 7862 8012 and we'll be very happy to help you.

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Our Donor Charter explains our responsibilities to donors, how your donation will be used, and the rights of our donors. Read our Donor Charter to find out more.

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