Most urgent need – For now
This is where it all starts. This fund will be integral to the success of Buckingham’s future growth. As we lay down the foundation, we want to ensure that the University will have a robust infrastructure in place (e.g., IT, Finance, Estate) so that we are built on solid ground. At the discretion of the Vice-Chancellor, this fund will enable Buckingham to seize opportunities and develop initiatives with speed and dexterity.
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Are you based outside the UK?
The University of Buckingham is registered with a number of foundations with tax exempt status. This means alumni and friends of the University living in certain countries can benefit from deductions on their charitable donations.
Gifts from the United States (BSUF)
To make a gift and take a U.S. income tax deduction, you may make a donation to the British Schools & Universities Foundation (Federal Tax ID 13-616-1189), a charitable organization approved by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service under code Section 501(c)(3). Write your cheque to the order of the British Schools & Universities Foundation. You should express a preference for ‘The University of Buckingham’ in your transmittal letter, not on your cheque. Such preferences are respected by the Foundation, but all grants are made at its sole discretion, as required by the IRS.
To make a gift to the University of Buckingham, visit the British Schools & Universities Foundation.
Gifts from Europe (TGE)
The University of Buckingham is registered with the Transnational Giving Europe (TGE) network, which covers a number of countries and enables donors resident in one of the participating countries, to financially support non-profit organisations in other Member States, while benefiting directly from the tax advantages provided for in their country of residence.
To make a gift to the University of Buckingham, visit the Transnational Giving Europe website.