Donate to Payap
Thai and Non-US-citizens
Donations can be wired directly to Payap University using the following information.
|Bank name:||Bangkok Bank, Sanpakoi Branch|
|Account name:||Payap University|
|Address:||187-195 Charoen Muang Rd
T. Wat Ket Muang District
Chiang Mai, 50000, Thailand
|Bank Phone number:||+66-53-243121, +66-53-262666|
After transferring the funds, the donor should send a copy of the receipt of wire transfer by fax (+66-53-245-353) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) to the Office of International Relations and Support (OIRS), Payap University. Be sure to include contact information such as e-mail address and phone number(s). Bank wire charges, both on sending and receiving ends, may vary, as do the currency exchange rates (for oversea wires), so the amount sent may not precisely match the amount received.
Payap University is non-profit organization. Any gifts donated to Payap may be tax deductible in your home country, depending on your tax laws.
For many years, Payap University has received support from the United Board for Christian Higher Education in Asia (UBCHEA) in the United States. U.S. citizens may make contributions to the UBCHEA for projects at Payap that are approved by the Board. The UBCHEA is a tax-exempt, charitable 501ฉ(3) organization.
For detailed information on how to contribute to UBCHEA for Payap University, please visit their website at http://www.unitedboard.org/GIVING/Overview.aspx.
You may contribute online (through the UBCHEA website) or contribute with a check. Be sure to indicate “Payap University” and the project that you would like to support in the memo section of your check made out to:
United Board for Christian Higher Education in Asia
475 Riverside Dr
New York NY 10115
What’s in a name?
Payap University recognizes that a substantial gift from a donor is a commitment of immense proportions. As such, we are prepared to offer large donors the option of having their individual or company name included in the facility(s) signage. This is not an insignificant gesture. Name recognition by an entire crop of young citizens – year after year – who are well educated, future leaders of community and industry, etc. will certainly be important for the organization so rewarded. Far from the “commercializing” of our institution, we believe that corporate involvement in university affairs could be beneficial when both organizations work towards a common cause. As such, Payap University believes that certain donors, through their significant contributions and involvement in certain projects, merit such recognition.