Not just taking Shakespeare to the world,

                        the WSP uses Shakespeare to

                            Bring the World Together

As we explore the frontier of the digital-global learning experience, we need your support. We have seen the powerful and lasting effects of this educational model, and Shakespeare has proved to be a provocative shared cultural reference for student discussion and collaboration.


Your donation goes directly to the WSP to fund student resources, international collaborations, and technological innovations.


                   Please support the

           World Shakespeare Project

             by making a donation today!

Give Online
You may make a gift online via Emory’s secure WSP giving website here. We currently accept online payments from VISA and MasterCard (credit and debit cards) and American Express.

Give by Mail
In order to send a gift by standard mail, you may do so by printing a gift form (PDF) and sending it with your check to: Office of Gift Records, Emory University, 1762 Clifton Road, Suite 1400, MS: 0970-001-8AA, Atlanta, GA 30322-4001. Make sure to check “Other” and write in "World Shakespeare Project."

Give by Phone
In order to speak to a member of the Office of Annual Giving staff and make your gift by phone, please call (404)727-6200. Office hours are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. eastern time.  Please be sure to note that the donation should be allocated to the World Shakespeare Project.

Give by Electronic Funds Transfer
Through Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT), you can spread the cost of your support over the course of a year by authorizing your bank to transfer monthly amount to Emory.
To support the WSP through EFT, simply print the EFT form (PDF), fill it out, and send it with a voided check to: Office of Gift Records, Electronic Funds Transfer Administrator, Emory University, 1762 Clifton Road, Atlanta, GA 30322-4001.

Matching Gifts
To find out if your employer (or your spouse's employer) has a matching gift program, please visit

Thank you for your contribution to the World Shakespeare Project!