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Most AISLS income comes from grants from US government agencies and private foundations.  These funds enable us to run our major programs, including fellowships and dissertation planning grants for US citizens.

Funds raised from donations, while relatively modest, are especially important to AISLS because they allow us to support activities that fall outside the interests of our major donors.  Donations are also important as expressions of support at a time when US government funds for international education are being reduced.

We offer donors two choices.  They can designate their contribution to support grants for non-US citizen graduate students.  At the moment, these funds are being spent on conference travel grants, but if sufficient funds are raised we will also open our dissertation planning grant program to non-US citizens enrolled at US universities.  Alternatively, donors can make an unrestricted contribution.  These gifts provide AISLS with the means to maintain other programs not supported through our major grants.

Contribute online by credit card

To make a contribution, click on a donation option below.  You will be directed to a secure shopping cart.  AISLS uses the PayPal system for collecting online contributions.

Student Grants for non-US Citizens Donation

Other amount:  $

Unrestricted Donation

Other amount:  $

Contribute by check

To contribute by mail, please make a check out to AISLS and send to:

Dr. Donald Keller
AISLS
656 Beacon Street, 5th floor
Boston MA 02115, USA. 

Please include your name and email address, and indicate if you wish your contribution to be unrestricted or to be designated for student grants.

The American Institute for Sri Lankan Studies is a United States registered 501(c)3 not-for-profit academic organization.  As described in Internal Revenue Service Publication 526, donations to AISLS may be tax deductible. 

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