2011 - The Benefactors' Board is unveiled in the front lobby of the Old Building. It initially details 37 high level donors who have made significant contributions to the School, and is updated annually.
2013 - The Department of Economics moves into its new home at 32 Lincoln's Inn Fields. The redevelopment of the former Land Registry building is supported by the Annual Fund as well as alumni, trusts, foundations and friends of LSE.
2014 - The first new building on campus for more than 40 years, the Saw Swee Hock Student Centre, opens, housing the Students' Union, LSE Careers and many more services. The development is backed by a landmark gift from an alumnus, after whom the building is named.
2015 - A £30 million gift from philanthropist Paul Marshall – the largest private donation in LSE’s history – creates the Marshall Institute for Philanthropy and Social Entrepreneurship at LSE. It will be housed in the Paul Marshall Building, named in his honour in recognition of the landmark gift.
2016 - The largest philanthropic donation in LSE history from Atlantic Philanthropies (£64.4m) enables the School to launch the Atlantic Fellows Programme at the International Inequalities Institute – an ambitious 20-year programme designed to build a global community of leaders dedicated to changing policy, practice and public dialogue around inequalities.
The Firoz Lalji Centre for Africa is launched, through a remarkable pledge of £10 million from alumnus Firoz Lalji (BSc Economics 1969) through The Lalji Family Foundation, the largest single gift to the School made by an alumnus.
The LSE Annual Fund raises £1 million for first time in its history.
- The Annual Fund breaks the £1 million barrier once more.
The Kuwait Foundation for the Advancement of Sciences renew their support for the Kuwait Program with funding of £2.7m over a five year period.