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 In this our 150th year we invite you to become an RCS 150 Fellow

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 Donate £150 and become an RCS 150 fellow
The Royal Commonwealth Society (RCS) is a registered charity (no. 226748). As a charity we depend on sponsorship and donations from individuals, companies, trusts and foundations. The RCS is non-partisan, is independent of governments and is supported solely by public generosity. 

Anthony Battrum

Michael McKay

Geoffrey Coppock

Kieran Miles

Bethan Lindley-Highfield of Ballumbie Castle 

Babajide Milton

Nelarine Cornelius

Andrew Moffat

Collin Crooks

Jonathan Moon

Anthony Cutting

Clare Parkinson

Terence Dormer

Bridgit Richards

Chris Evans

David Scott

John Fryer

John M Scott

The Very Reverend Dr John Hall

Muhammad Sumon Molla Selim

Ayan Hoque

Philip Thompson

Mark Kelleher  

Richard Unwin

Darren Koh

Eileen Walkin

Sonny Leong CBE

Leon Ward

Tiin-Sit (Steven) Lim

Patrick Wills

Mark Lindley-Highfield of Ballumbie Castle

Thomas Wilson

Sir Ian Lowson

Carl Wright

Jessica Musselwhite   Tony Yee




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Join our International Network.

Receive our monthly e-newsletter and learn more about our work and how you can get involved with our programmes.

There are many and varied opportunities for those who wish to volunteer with the Society, from assisting with high profile events such as the Commonwealth Day Service at Westminster Abbey, to judging essays for our renowned Essay Competition. In addition, we regularly seek research and administrative support in the office. 

Contact us by email or phone; we will be delighted to hear from you. 



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Become an RCS Supporter.

We are enormously grateful to those who have donated funds to date. Large or small, single or regular, donations enable us to continue our work.

The regular donations of our Supporters enable us to plan our work. We suggest £45 a year, during which you can use our network search function to contact others, request a print version of our e-magazine, gain privileged access to reports and advanced notice of events.

If you prefer, you can make a one-off donation or  contact us by email or phone to discuss other forms of donation, such as Legacy Giving

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