Thank you for supporting LSE. Your gift means a great deal to the School.
Philanthropy is at the heart of LSE - the School was founded in 1895 with the help of a bequest from Henry Hunt Hutchinson to the Fabian Society, and donor generosity has underpinned the School's growth ever since.
By choosing to make a gift to LSE you are continuing that philanthropic legacy. You can target your support in a number of ways, each of which has a profoundly positive impact on School life and perpetuates the School's commitment to enabling understanding and change.
LSE Annual Fund
Unrestricted gifts can be made to the Annual Fund, which allocates donations to School strategic priorities and innovative projects and initiatives that might not otherwise receive funding. Ways of giving to the Annual Fund are shown in the How to give to the Annual Fund page.
Major gifts can be made in support of LSE’s priority areas – student support, campus development, research and teaching, and building a sustainable future.
If you would like to make a major gift to the School, please contact email@example.com
You can choose to leave a legacy gift to LSE in your will, ensuring you play a valuable role in supporting areas you care about for years to come.
Tax efficient giving
Gift Aid of 25 per cent can be claimed by LSE on gifts from UK taxpayers. Donations of shares are eligible for Capital Gains and Income Tax relief.
Visit our tax efficient giving page to find out more, as well as to learn about our tax status in USA, Canada, Singapore, Germany and certain other European countries.