How to give
At City, University of London there are many opportunities as a corporation or individual to give a gift in kind.
Thomson Reuters sponsor a room and an area on the second floor of Cass Business School. Through this sponsorship our students gain experience from invaluable products.
Regular donations help us plan ahead and maintain the support that we offer to students. We are also able to make sure that some of the vital projects and research that we undertake can be completed. You can set up a monthly or annual gift by direct debit by clicking on this secure link. Remember that you are completely protected by the direct debit guarantee, and your donation is not a contract. You are in complete control and can stop your direct debit whenever you wish.
You can make a single gift using a credit or debit card or by sending in a cheque. Use this secure link to donate with your credit or debit card, or if you would like to send in a cheque, please make it payable to City, University of London Development Fund, and address it to:
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City Future Fund
City, University of London
10 Northampton Square
If you are an employee at City, University of London, Payroll Giving is a tax-effective way for you to give.
City’s Payroll Giving scheme allows you to make donations direct from your salary before tax: for example, a £10 per month donation to the City Future Fund will cost you only £8 per month (£6 for higher rate taxpayers).
It’s the most efficient way for City staff to support students’ living expenses, research and wellbeing via the City Future Fund.
Payroll Giving is a valuable and long-term source of donations for City, helping the Future Fund budget and plan ahead more effectively.Complete this form to start your commitment to the City Future Fund today.
Trusts, foundations and livery companies
City, University of London are very grateful to the trusts, foundations and livery companies who generously support our work. Through your support we are able to:
- Open City to deserving students who would not otherwise have access to higher education through our Scholarships and Bursaries scheme.
- Reward academic excellence through our range of prizes, nominated by Schools
- Fund important research, capital and learning initiatives in line with City, University of London's Vision and Strategy 2026
The Development and Alumni Relations team manages these relationships working to build close partnerships and keep you informed of the impact your support is making. If you are from a trust, charitable foundation or from a livery company and would like to get involved or visit the University, we would love to hear from you.
Corporate givingCity, University of London has a long tradition of joint working with companies who chose to get involved with the University, by enlisting on bespoke training packages to address their business needs, or through philanthropic relationships. If you are from a company and want to find out more about the University’s world-class research, student support, mentoring opportunities or about where your business needs can be met through Cass Executive Education please contact Ruth Velenski, or for philanthropic engagement please contact Anna Anikeeva.
In 2005, supporters of City, University of London in the US set up Friends of City, a US non-profit organisation, tax exempt under section 501(c)3 of the US Internal Revenue Code to give back to City.
Friends of City is governed by an independent board of directors and gifts to the US Friends of City are deductible to the extent allowed by law. A tax receipt in a form acceptable to the Internal Revenue Service will be issued for every gift and donation received.
If you would like to support the invaluable work of the institution and support the next generation of students by making a donation to Friends of City, or learn more about the organisation, please visit our website or contact the Development Office.
If you have queries or concerns please contact us.