Become a Sponsor

Although our authors and editorial group give of their time freely, we incur a number of costs (copy-editing, graphic design, website costs, printing, accountancy and administration). Furthermore, to extend our readership we distribute free copies as samples or to increase our impact we might distribute selected papers to key audiences. So, all told, our annual running costs are in the region of £8,000. We rely on donations to meet our costs; we do not charge for Cambridge Papers except for the delivery and administration costs involved in sending out printed copies to subscribers (see ‘How to Subscribe’).

Why become a sponsor?

We are hoping that a number of individuals, churches and Christian organisations might decide to ‘Become a Sponsor’ by giving £100 or more a year to Cambridge Papers.

Our aim is to make Cambridge Papers widely available and our sponsors will play a key role, not only in helping to ensure our books balance, but in enabling us to distribute Cambridge Papers to new audiences.

Sponsors will receive a printed copy of each Cambridge Paper delivered free of charge to a UK address specified by you and, from time to time, we will be pleased to seek feedback and comments from our sponsors.

How to become a sponsor?

To ‘Become a Sponsor’ please:

1. Set up a regular donation via CAF to a value of £100 a year or more

Please set up a regular donation via CAF (Charities Aid Foundation) by direct debit using the online form you can reach via the ‘Donate’ button below. For example, you might set up a direct debit for £100 once a year, or £25 once a quarter, or £8.35 once a month. CAF’s online form will give you an opportunity to apply Gift Aid to your donations if you wish.

If you have Stewardship account which you prefer to use for your giving, you might want instead to set up a regular gift to Cambridge Papers to go to our Stewardship account (account number 20420650).

2. Let us know you have set up a regular donation to ‘Become a Sponsor’

Please send an e-mail to to tell us you have become a sponsor. In particular, if you would like to receive a printed copy of each Cambridge Paper, please tell us the UK address to which you would like your complimentary copies of future Cambridge Papers to be delivered.