Tax efficient giving from overseas


Giving from the United States 

Donations made to the American Fund for LSE are tax deductible. These can be made online, or by sending a check payable to the American Fund for LSE to:

American Fund for LSE
450 Seventh Avenue
Suite 1109
New York, NY 10123
Telephone: +1 646 442 2895
Email: [email protected] 

Giving from Canada

LSE is a university prescribed by Canada Revenue Agency as a charitable organisation outside Canada entitled to issue donation receipts. If you choose to give to LSE Annual Fund, you can make your donation

Alternatively, you can also make your gift by sending a cheque, payable to the LSE Annual Fund, to the address on the left. We will issue you with a receipt for tax purposes within ten working days. 

Giving from Germany

Alumni living in Germany can make tax efficient gifts to the LSE Annual Fund through the German Friends of LSE. Donations can be made by cheque or an electronic funds transfer. Cheques should be made payable to German Friends of LSE and sent to:

Freunde der London School of Economics and Political Science e.V.,
c/o Dr. Gerd Mueller-Brockhausen
Domhofstrabe 13,
53332 Bornheim

Download a German Friends of LSE giving form

Gifts made by Electronic Funds Transfer should be made to:

Deutsche Bank AG, Dusseldorf,
Kontonummer: 612 0182 00
IBAN: DE57 3007 0024 0612 0182 00
Bankleitzahl: 300 700 24

Giving from Singapore

Alumni can make a tax-efficient gift towards scholarships via the Singapore LSE Trust. Information about this can be found on the Singapore Alumni Association website (this link directs away from the LSE website). 

Giving from Europe

If you are resident in certain European countries, you may be able to make a tax-efficient gift through Transnational Giving Europe (TGE).

This enables donors in one of the participating countries to support organisations in other participating countries, whilst benefitting from local tax efficient schemes.

Participating countries are: Belgium, Bulgaria, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Switzerland, and United Kingdom

More information is available from the websites of TGE, and the UK partner CAF.