In France, as in many other countries, the government encourages philanthropy. Our team is here to guide you towards the tax measures that best suit your circumstances.
If you are an individual, you are entitled to tax deductions equal to 66% of the donation on your income tax (up to 20% of the net taxable income) or 75% on your real estate wealth tax (up to €50,000).
If you are a company, you are entitled to tax deductions equal to 60% of the donation on your corporation tax (up to 0,5% of the revenues).
66% of your donation is tax deductible, up to 20% of your net taxable income.
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75% of your donation is deductible from real estate wealth tax, up to €50,000 per year.
60% of your donation is deductible from corporate tax, up to 0.5% of your company’s revenue.
The Sciences Po Alumni UK Charity Trust is registered with the Charity Commission under reference 1128839.
Thanks to your support, the Trust can fund scholarships for Sciences Po students in France and in the UK, or any other charity causes of Sciences Po, as decided by the Trustees. Together we can really make a difference.
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To benefit from Gift Aid, please download the Gift Aid form and send it duly completed to:
Stefan Lavau, Treasurer
Sciences Po Alumni UK Charity Trust, 15 Drayton Gardens, London SW10 9RY (U.K.)
The Sciences Po Alumni UK Charity Trust benefits from the Gift Aid Scheme. Gift Aid is a UK government tax scheme, which enables the Trust to reclaim on donations received from UK taxpayers. Higher tax payers can claim tax back on their donation (the amount claimable is the difference between the higher and basic rates of income tax). The Sciences Po Alumni UK Charity Trust is registered with the Charity Commission under reference 1128839 and with HMRC under number XT9406.
Sciences Po enables donors living abroad to benefit from their country’s tax deduction options thanks to Transnational Giving Europe, which brings together a network of foundations and partner associations in 19 European countries.
The US Sciences Po Foundation is a 501(c) (3) tax-exempt organization, founded in 2009. Gifts made to the Foundation are deductible for federal income, gift, and estate tax purposes. If you have any questions about what to give or ways to give, please email us at email@example.com.
Its mission is to promote Sciences Po’s reputation in the United States, to foster the development of academic projects with US partner universities and to encourage transatlantic student and faculty mobility. The US Sciences Po Foundation offers scholarships every year for students with limited financial means, allowing them to pursue their studies on either side of the Atlantic, and a merit-based scholarship, the Michel David-Weill Fellowship.
For more information about US Sciences Po Foundation (Tax ID : 27-0559416), please contact: