Supporting LSE’s future adds further value to your degree
A strong LSE benefits you now and in the future. Your association with LSE will help to open doors professionally and socially: the School is recognised for excellence all over the world. And so are its alumni.
The LSE Annual Fund helps to maintain LSE’s status as a world class university. It also supports the School’s students in numerous ways. This year’s new graduates will have benefited from an enhanced LSE student experience made possible by £3 million of Annual Fund donations over the past three years. These gifts have helped to support projects and initiatives such as:
- Saw Swee Hock Student Centre
- 32 Lincoln’s Inn Fields
- New Futures Fund scholarships
- Travel Fund
- Cape Town July School bursaries
- China Development Forum
- Hundreds of initiatives and clubs, including the Student Volunteering programme, Debate Society, Rowing Club and Postgraduate Summer Festival
- Beanbags in the Library!
The Annual Fund has a wide ranging impact on LSE life - all thanks to charitable donations from LSE alumni, parents, governors, staff and friends.
Their generosity ensures current and future students can take advantage of new academic initiatives, scholarships, bursaries and hundreds more benefits which would otherwise not be possible.
Graduates of the past 5 years who support the LSE Annual Fund become members of the Penguin Club.
The Annual Fund is a vital link between past and present LSE students, and a meaningful way to show your support for LSE and its continual development.