The American Friends of the Royal Society is a US not-for-profit organisation that provides support to the Royal Society in the UK and promotes its work.
Currently, the Royal Society has over 290 Fellows and Foreign Members based in the United States, many of whom have made important contributions in the fields of the sciences. The friendship and generosity of US-based supporters play a vital role in assisting the Royal Society’s mission to recognise, promote, and support excellence in science and to encourage the development and use of science for the benefit of humanity.
Support the Royal Society from the United States
For more than 350 years, gifts from Fellows, Foreign Members and friends have helped the Royal Society to maintain its financial independence and react quickly to changing circumstances. Your support will enable the Society to continue supporting scientific discoveries benefitting humanity and our planet.
Fellows, Foreign Members, and friends who are based in the United States are welcome to make tax-efficient donations to the Royal Society by giving to the American Friends of the Royal Society (AFRS). If you would like to make a donation:
Via cheque, please send your cheque to the following address:
American Friends of the Royal Society
c/o Chapel and York Ltd
1350 Avenue of the Americas, Floor 2, Suite 266
New York, NY 10019
Via PayPal, please see the AFRS PayPal donation page.
Via bank transfer, the AFRS is able to provide its bank details upon request. Please email or call +44 20 7451 2211 to arrange this.
The Royal Society and the AFRS gratefully accept bequests from Fellows, Foreign Members, and friends all over the world. If you are interested in learning more about legacy giving, please email email@example.com or call +44 20 7451 2211.
Please see the Royal Society’s Legacies page to find out more information, which includes guidance on suggested wording and the different types of gifts in Wills, along with testimonials from those who have already pledged a legacy to the Society
Board of Directors
If you have any further questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 20 7451 2211.
Image from the Royal Society archive: The bald eagle from volume 1 of The Natural History of Carolina, Florida and the Bahama Islands, by Mark Catesby (1731)