American Fund for LSE is the new name for the LSE Centennial Fund, reflecting more accurately the significant philanthropic contribution to the School made by alumni and friends of LSE in the United States through annual and regular giving.
The name change took effect from 1 January 2016. American Fund for LSE is a non-profit "501(c)(3)" organization based in New York through which US taxpayers can direct charitable contributions for the benefit of the London School of Economics. The organization’s tax id or EIN remains unchanged: 52-1908117. Contributions to American Fund for LSE are tax deductible to the full extent of the law.
Gifts to the American Fund for LSE go towards:
Tax efficient giving
The American Fund for LSE is a non-profit "501(c)(3)" organization based in New York, tax number: 52-1908117.
Donations made to the American Fund for LSE are tax deductible. These can be made online, or by sending a check made payable to the American Fund for LSE to the address below.
You can also download and complete a gift form and return it to the American Fund's New York office at the address below.
Leadership Giving – the LSE 1895 Society
The LSE 1895 Society comprises the Shaw Circle, Wallas Circle and Webb Circle, recognising donors who make gifts of £1,000 and above in a single year. If you would like to discuss your support of LSE via the American Fund - and would like to learn more about the LSE 1895 Society program - please contact the New York office at the address below.
Alumni living in the USA can also get involved with the Alumni and Friends of LSE in America (AFLSE), your national group and network of chapters for alumni of the School.
If you have any queries about your support of LSE through the American Fund, please get in touch:
American Fund for LSE
450 Seventh Avenue
New York, NY 10123
Telephone: +1 646 442 2895