There are many ways you can make a gift to the School, from wherever you are in the world. Each and every gift we receive makes an impact, from funding scholarships, to updating our facilities or investing in new avenues of research.
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- Give online
Give online, from wherever you are in the world. Tax effective giving is available for UK, US and Canadian supporters.
- By Direct Debit
If you are a UK bank account holder, you can make a regular gift to the School by Direct Debit, either online or by completing and returning a Gift Form.
- By post
You can send us your gift by post, paying by cheque, Direct Debit (UK bank account holders only), or with your credit or debit card. Download a gift form to make either a one off or a recurring gift. If you are a UK tax payer you can increase the amount of your donation, at no extra cost to you, by completing the Gift Aid declaration form. Tax effective giving is available for US and Canadian donors.
- Over the phone
If you would like to give over the phone, or if have any questions please contact our Development and Alumni Relations Team on: +44 (0)20 299 4772 or email@example.com.
- Bank transfer
If you would like to arrange a bank transfer, or if have any questions please contact our Development and Alumni Relations Team on: +44 (0)20 299 4772 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Gifts of Stocks and Shares
Donors worldwide can make a gift of shares or stock. This option offers the most generous tax relief available to donors, combining relief on income and capital gains tax. In the UK, share gifts qualify for tax relief equal to the market value of the shares on the day the gift is made, including associated costs such as broker fees. The tax relief can be claimed for the year in which the gift is made. You can make your gift towards our greatest needs, or direct your gift to an area of your choice, including scholarship funding, research or capital projects.
Please contact Court Clayton, Director of Development & Alumni Relations, for further information.
+44 (0)20 7927 2630
- Giving Circles
Supporters who gift the School with £500 a year and above are invited to take their place in one of the School’s Giving Circles. Join a Giving Circle now and be recognised for your generosity by receiving exclusive benefits and events invitations.
- Legacy and in memory giving
Remembering the School in your will is a gift to future generations of students and researchers. Supporters have left legacies to the School ranging from £200 to £2.5 million. All are greatly appreciated, and all make a difference.
What can my legacy support?
You can choose to support any aspect of the School's work, from student scholarships to research on a specific disease. Or you can simply choose to support areas of greatest need - a powerful way to ensure the School can fund critical work at short notice.
Making your pledge
To recognise and honour future legacies today, we appreciate knowing if you intend to remember the School in your will. A non-binding pledge form is available for download, as is a form to send your solicitor indicating your intention.
In memory giving
Making a gift to the School in memory of a loved one will enable us to keep their memory alive through our ground breaking work. You can choose to make your gift towards research, scholarships, or infrastructure. To find out more about in memory giving please contact Victoria Bennett, email@example.com , +44 (0)20 7927 4772
- Trusts, foundations and corporate supporters
The growth of the School and the reach of our work is almost entirely dependent upon the generosity of individuals, trusts, foundations and corporate donors. You can make your gift towards our greatest needs, or you can direct your gift to a specialism of your choice, whether that is towards one of our Centres or towards students studying a particular topic.
For further information, please contact Aoife Jones, Head of Philanthropic Giving:
+44 (0)20 7927 2549
- American Friends
Established on 24 January, 1998, the American Friends is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organisation which supports the School in fundraising, profile raising and alumni engagement.
US tax payers can make a one-off or recurring tax-deductible gift through our PayPal account.
You can also send your gift by post, cheque or credit/debit card to the American Friends of LSHTM by completing our US donation form (pdf).