Ways to give

Giving from the US

Tax-efficient giving from the USA

You can support important causes that help bring important educational opportunities to high-achieving students in need and to support the exceptional, world-renowned academics for which SOAS is known worldwide. Our US-based donors are welcome to make tax-efficient gifts through our Chapel and York US Foundation donation page.

Learn more: Giving from the USA


Leave a legacy

SOAS is an exempt charity, which means that any gift left to us in your will is free of UK inheritance tax. If you have any questions or would like to speak to somebody in confidence about your intentions, please contact Harris Laspas, our Legacy Manager, on philanthropy@soas.ac.uk or +44 (0)20 7898 4104.

Crowdfunding pages

Whatever your passion or interest, our Crowdfunding pages host key projects and issues that need support. Any gift, large or small, is most welcome to help SOAS students and academics to realise its potential. 

The Margaret Busby New Daughters of Africa Award 

Margaret Busby is well known as having been Britain's first Black, female publisher after co-founding Allison & Busby in the 1960s.To continue this legacy, Margaret was inspired to set up this crowdfunded scholarship at SOAS to mark the publication of her 2019 follow-up Anthology, 'New Daughters of Africa.'

Learn more: The Margaret Busby New Daughters of Africa Award.

Support Tamil Studies at SOAS 

Tamil Studies at SOAS, University of London has a long history. Tamil was one of the South Asian languages being taught when SOAS University of London was founded in 1916. Please join us by supporting the campaign or setting up a page to fundraise for Tamil Studies at SOAS.

Learn more: Support Tamil Studies at SOAS.