Give by post
Write to us at:
University of London Development Office
London WC1E 7HU
Give by telephone
You can donate by telephone by calling us on +44 (0)20 7862 8009.
If you’d like to discuss making a gift, you can email us or call us on the above number.
Give to the Vice-Chancellor's Circle
The Vice-Chancellor's Circle is an exclusive community of philanthropists who make substantial regular gifts to the University. These gifts enable us to continue to deliver our world class education and ensure that it remains open to all.
More about the Vice-Chancellor's Circle.
Give your time
We value your time and expertise just as much as a financial gift, and there are a number of ways that you can support the University – for instance, by mentoring a student or recent graduate, acting as a University ambassador, or helping to start or manage an alumni group.
If you would like to get involved, email Holly Peterson or call +44 (0)20 7862 8013 to discuss your interest.
Gifts from the United States
The University of London is registered with the British Schools and Universities Foundation, a US-based education foundation with 501(c)(3) tax exempt status. This means alumni and friends of the University living in the United States are able to benefit from the same tax deductions on their charitable donations as they would if they gave to a United States based university or charity. Donations can be made online by credit card on the BSUF website or by completing a Donor Transmittal Form and sending to BSUF with your check, made payable to British Schools and Universities Foundation. BSUF will then send the funds to the University of London at no charge.
You can make a regular gift to the University of London, or any of our central academic bodies, through your payroll. Making a donation from your gross salary is the most tax-efficient method of making charitable donations. The scheme is available to those working for UK employers.
Example: Payroll gift of £20 per month.
- Donor’s monthly pledge: £20
- Cost to basic rate taxpayer (20%): £16
- Cost to higher rate taxpayer (40%): £12
Your employer must have payroll-giving in place in order for you to make a donation in this way. If it does, your payroll administrator can make the arrangements for your gift to reach us.
If you have any questions about giving to the University of London, please contact us and we’ll be happy to help.