How to donate

There is a range of ways you can give to Goldmiths.

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Other ways to give

Donate by bank transfer

You can donate by making a bank transfer via online/telephone banking or in person at your local branch.

If you wish to donate via this method, please email development (@gold.ac.uk) and we will share the account details.

Gifts from non-UK residents

Gifts from outside of the UK

You are able to give online by credit card through our secure system, or by making a bank transfer.

Gifts from the United States

Goldsmiths is able to receive tax-deductible donations from the United States through the British Schools and Universities Foundation (BSUF). The BSUF accepts donations by credit card by selecting Goldsmiths College from the list of approved institutions, or a donation form can be downloaded to be sent with a cheque, payable to 'British Schools and Universities Foundation'. The BSUF will then send the funds to Goldsmiths at no charge.

Go to the BSUF website to make donation or find out further information

Gifts from Canada

As a College of the University of London, Goldsmiths is a prescribed University, which means we are recognised as a charity by the Canadian Revenue Agency. On receipt of your gift, we can send you the necessary acknowledgement if you are a Canadian taxpayer and wish to claim the tax back. Please email Jo Bell, Administrative Officer, at development (@gold.ac.uk) for more information or call +44 (0)20 7896 2697.

Leave a legacy

If you are updating your will or making one for the first time, you have the opportunity to express your support for the University by means of a bequest.

If you should choose to remember the University in your will, you would not only be making a generous gift, but you would also be helping to ensure that the Goldsmiths tradition lives on.

Read more about leaving a legacy.

Donate by post

We are sorry, but due to Covid-19 restrictions, we are temporarily unable to accept donations by post. We will update this information as soon as the situation changes.