Ways to make a regular gift to LSE

Due to the impact of the coronavirus we are unable to process any donations by telephone or accept postal donations with credit card details for the immediate and foreseeable future. We would appreciate online donations and bank transfers where possible. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause. 

If you have any queries, please contact regulargiving@lse.ac.uk

Make a gift online

You can make a fast and secure gift online by credit or debit card:

Give online UK/Rest Of the World

Give online USA

Recurring gift by direct debit (UK)

Make a gift by email

Email us at regulargiving@lse.ac.uk

Make a gift by post:

Please download and complete the relevant form to make a donation by cheque, charity voucher, Direct Debit, credit or debit card.

UK/Rest of world form

USA form

German Friends of LSE form

Make a gift by telephone:

To make a secure credit or debit card gift over the telephone, contact us using the numbers below.

+44 20 7955 6081 (UK)
+1 646 442 2895 (US)

Make a gift in person:

You can visit LSE Philanthropy and Global Engagement to make a gift by cheque, charity voucher, Direct Debit, credit or debit card. You will need to report to the reception desk upon arrival, who will arrange for you to visit the office.

Opening hours
9.30am-5.30pm, Monday to Friday.
Closed during school closure dates.

6th Floor
Clement House 
99 Aldwych

Alternatively you can visit the LSE Alumni Centre.

Opening Hours
9am–5pm, Monday to Friday 
Closed during school closure dates.

LSE Alumni Centre
Centre Building
CBG G,05
Houghton Street

Give As You Earn (GAYE)

Another way in which you can extend the reach of your support of LSE is through the Give as You Earn (GAYE) scheme. It is completely tax free and allows an employee to give a regular or single gift from their salary before tax is deducted to the charities of their choice.

Please complete this form, print it out and send it to your human resources or payroll department.

Tax efficient giving

Gift Aid enables LSE to claim up to 25 per cent on gifts from UK taxpayers, at no extra cost to you. Donations of shares are eligible for Capital Gains and Income Tax relief. If you pay tax at the higher rate you can claim tax relief on the difference between the basic rate and the higher rate you pay.

Visit our tax efficient giving page to find out more, as well as to learn about our tax status in USA, Canada, and Germany.