If you have taken the necessary steps to include LSE in your will, please accept the School’s sincere gratitude. Our legacy officer would welcome the opportunity to thank you in person, and to share with you the benefits of becoming a member of LSE’s Legacy Circle.
By formally making your intentions known to LSE’s legacy officer, you can become a member of LSE’s Legacy Circle. The Legacy Circle ensures that you are involved in the life of LSE and membership includes an annual lunch, receipt of our bi-annual newsletter, and invitations throughout the year to exhibitions and events.
A permanent tribute to our supporters
We are indebted to those who have followed in the footsteps of Henry Hunt Hutchinson and taken the necessary steps to include LSE in their will. In recognition of such support, LSE maintains a permanent book of remembrance, which acknowledges those whose bequests have been realised.
Updated annually, the book recognises the honour and pride felt by the School due to the special regard acknowledged individuals have of LSE, and the confidence their action instils in this great institution to always seek to ‘understand the causes of things.’
For all realised bequests, legators are listed in LSE’s permanent book of remembrance, located in the Founders’ Room, 6th Floor, Old Building, unless they have indicated that they wish to remain anonymous. Where appropriate and possible, we will additionally mark specific buildings or rooms with a fitting acknowledgment of the gift, in consultation with the legator’s family and close friends.