Eye on ISIS in Libya (EOIL) is a New Jersey registered 501c3 organisation and we can receive tax deductible donations via either a USD mailed check or as a USD wire transfer. We have a number of ways in which you can donate to Eye on ISIS to support the valuable work we do. Please contact Rhiannon Smith at EyeOnISISinLibya@gmail.com or Rhi@libya-analysis.com to discuss further.
With your donations, EOIL will be able to expand its visibility and profile, produce more high quality academic reports, and hold more Libya-focused events in Washington DC and elsewhere, all of which will support us achieve our overall aim of seeking to inject dispassionate, research-driven analysis — supported by fact and expertise — into the making of a new approach towards Libya policy for the US administration (and other Western governments), which currently does not derive from a whole-of-government understanding of America’s interests inside Libya or a clear policy on what the post-Qadhafi settlement should be.
Individual EOIL Sponsorship
Silver Sponsorship: For a single donation of 500 USD, your name will be added to our list of Individual Sponsors (unless you would prefer not to have it listed) both on our website and in any forthcoming EOIL reports or publications.
Gold sponsorship: For a single donation of 1000 USD, your name will be added to our list of Individual Sponsors (unless you would prefer not to have it listed) both on our website and in any forthcoming EOIL reports or publications. In addition, you will be invited to attend all of Eye On ISIS in Libya’s events, networking dinners and discussion groups whether in Washington DC, London, or elsewhere.
Organisational Sponsorship or Syndication Opportunities
Please get in contact with us if you or your organization are interested in hosting or syndicating EOIL’s content on your organization’s website. We are currently seeking to disseminate our content and publications widely in order to increase our reach and broaden our branding to monitor all jihadi groups in Libya as well as to help formulate the Western policy towards Libya.