The International Qajar Studies Association

(IQSA)

 

Tax-Exempt Status

IQSA is a non-profit, tax-exempt entity under US Law as of June 19, 2001. As a result, all donations to IQSA are tax deductible under US tax laws. The extent of deductibility depends on individual donor's tax status. Please consult with your tax attorney or tax accountant for details.

The IQSA Tax ID number is 91-2144323. This number must be entered on donor's tax returns for donations to be tax deductible.

IRS letter granting tax-exempt status to IQSA is on file at IQSA headquarters and can be viewed by donors upon request.

Donations

IQSA welcomes donations in any amount to help it in the continuance of its work pursuant to its Aims and Mission as stated in its Constitution and By-laws. Individual donors, unless requested otherwise, will be honored with a listing in the next IQSA Journal and Newsletter and on the Donors page of the web site of the Association.

Donations can be general or specifically earmarked for certain projects of the donor's choice. For current IQSA Projects, please click here. For IQSA Aims, please click here.

Donations can be sent by International Postal Order or by checks drawn on U.S. banks to the name and address below.

The International Qajar Studies Association (IQSA)
P.O. Box 31107
Santa Barbara, CA 93130, USA

 

Donations in any amount can also be made by credit card, by clicking on this button:

Thank you for your donation to IQSA.

Special Offers for Donors:

IQSA needs your help to raise funds for 2009 and 2010, our 10 year anniversary celebration.
Donors will receive tokens of appreciation from us as our special "Thank you" as long as supplies last.
Your generous support will help us continue our work to 2010 and beyond!

Brief descriptions of the gift books for our donors:

--Shusha Guppy (nee Assar), who passed away in March of 2008, was representative of generations of Iranians who while deeply steeped in their own traditions and rooted firmly in the soil of Iran, made their way westward and became bridges between the old country and the new ones where they now made their homes. Shusha embodied the best of Iranian culture and the best of Western culture as well. She blended these worlds effortlessly and left us testaments to her talent in her songs and her writings. The Blindfold Horse is a moving example of her evocative power and stirs deep memories of a bygone era in the reader.

--Persian Poets is a collection of poetry from Omar Khayyam to Sana'i, Attar, Rumi, Hafez, Sa'adi and others, beautifully produced by Everyman's Library Pocket Poets (Afred A. Knopf). It includes portraits by Abol Hassan Ghaffari of of Nasser-ed-Din Shah and Emam Qoli Mirza E'mad-ed-Dowleh (Dowlatshahi) on the dustjacket.

 

If you wish to correspond with us, our address is as follows:

The International Qajar Studies Association (IQSA)
P.O. Box 31107
Santa Barbara, CA 93130, USA

Tel: 805-687-1148

Fax: 805-687-1148

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For further questions regarding the IQSA, please contact:

Prof. Manoutchehr M. Eskandari-Qajar
President, International Qajar Studies Association, (IQSA) at
: president@qajarstudies.org

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For information on how to join IQSA please click here!

 

 

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