UK and EU Donations

Your contribution plays a significant role in the development of servant leaders for Iran and beyond.

It is through your support that we can work together for the transformation of Iran and the whole region.

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Payment Method
Monthly Donations to PARS
Monthly giving to PARS is best handled through the National Christian Foundation (NCF). Please visit our donation page with the NCF to complete your monthly donation. Thanks!
Designate your Donation

If you are a UK tax payer, the value of your gift can be increased by 25% under the Gift Aid scheme. This means we will be able to claim an additional 25p from the Government for every £1 you donate at no extra cost to you!

More ways to give

There are now alternative ways of giving that will create long-term impact in our work of equipping leaders in Iran but also relieve burdens on your personal cash flow. This includes:

  • A gift from life insurance
  • A gift from a retirement account
  • A gift that pays income
  • A gift in your will

To learn more about non-cash gifts please contact us at, and we will be happy to discuss these options with you.

Be a Pars Ambassador

Help us build relationships with those who are interested in supporting and making an impact on the Iranian underground church. This includes inviting our faculty to speak at your church or hosting a fundraiser for us, or simply sharing with your friends about our ministry. To get involved, please contact us at for more information.

  • Sponsor one student's yearlong training with Pars for £2,500 a year.
  • One Formation Conference is £25,000
  • Course Development £48,000
Pars Theological Centre is the trade name of Multimedia Theological Training Limited, a registered charity in England and Wales no.1144746 and a company limited by guarantee registered in England no. 7693753.
Our Board of Trustees has established the policy that all contributions designated for a specified project shall be applied to that project with up to 10 per cent to be used if needed for administering the gifts. Occasionally we will receive more contributions for a given project than can be wisely applied to that project. When this happens we will use these funds to meet a similar pressing need.