Ways to give


Your Support is Vital

You’re an ally in the struggle for Tibetan freedom. Allyship means showing up for people time and time again. Here are 5 ways you can support world-leading research, campaigns and advocacy at Free Tibet.


Plan a Fundraiser

From bake sales, to pub quizzes, to marathons - no matter what you do, you’ll know that every pound you raise is making a real difference to the rights and freedoms of Tibetans. And our team is here to support you every step of the way.

Send a Gift for Human rights

Think about the last time you received a meaningful gift. When you buy someone a Gift for Human Rights, you fund vital research, influential campaigns and crucial advocacy to protect Tibetan culture. Every gift comes with a handcrafted Tibetan toy.

Give in memory

When you give in memory of a loved one, you keep their passion for Tibet alive. Our team will work with you to produce a personalised Tibetan prayer flag in honour of your loved one. Our team will hang this in McLeod Ganj, Dharamsala, near the Dalai Lama's temple.

Give More by Giving Later

Make freedom your legacy by leaving a gift to Free Tibet in your will. It will honour your memory, keep alive your ideals and serve for years to intensify the campaign for Tibetan freedom. Even if 99% goes to your family and friends, just 1% left as a legacy can make a massive difference to the movement.

Visit the Free Tibet shop

The Free Tibet online shop sells a range of branded merchandise, Tibetan cultural items, homewares and much more. The shop is run completely in-house, so all profits go directly to supporting our vital campaigning work.

Donate to Free Tibet

Giving a monthly or one-off donation via our online form is the easiest way to support Free Tibet. All income received in this way goes towards supporting our vital campaigning work; pressuring governments, countering China’s propaganda, and standing with Tibetans in their fight for freedom.

Give to Free Tibet
We are Free Tibet, and we stand with Tibetans around the world. For their homeland, for their future and against China’s brutal occupation.