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Each month shows how we've used your donations to support the Chagossian community

GB Donations:


Name of account:


Branch sort code:

40 02 03

Account no:



Cheques can be paid over the counter at any HSBC.


Cheques can also be posted. Please email Peri Batliwala for the address.

For overseas donations you will also need these details:


IBAN no: 

GB21MIDL 40020381808583


Swift BIC:


Branch address:

HSBC, 176 Camden High St, London NW1 8QL

How we'll use your donations
UK Chagos Support Association is an entirely voluntary group dependent entirely on your donations. This means every penny you give us will go directly to winning justice for the Chagossian people and supporting the community in exile.
Our work and funds are divided into three pots: campaigning, supporting the community to thrive in exile and supporting Chagossians facing extreme hardships.
Recently your donations have helped:
  • Chagossians attend debates and about their future in Parliament, meeting with senior MP and other important decision makers
  • Organise a mass screening of John Pilger's film about Chagossian exile, complete with Q&A sessionwith Chagossians, to raise awareness.
  • Support Chagossian community groups to host campaign meetings
  • Use social media to raise awareness of this scandel around the world
Community projects
  • Fund educational and training coures for Chagossians in exile, including English classes
  • Run a Chagossian cultural fair in the UK
  • Support Chagossians in celebrating traditional cultural days in exile
  • Give the Chagossian National Football Team a chance to represent their community
Hardship grants
  • Help give elderly Chagossian who have died in exile, often in poverty and seperated from their families, a dignified funeral.
  • Help Chagossians visit families, forced apart by the deporation and its consequences, reunite at times of extreme dififculy such as sever illnesses.
  • Support other Chagossians facing a range of extreme hardships, almost always as a direct consequence of their deportation.

2010 - present

2010 - present