Imperial College Foundation
About the Imperial College Foundation
The Imperial College Foundation was established in 1987 by a small group of dedicated volunteers and recently celebrated its thirtieth anniversary. Three of the Foundation’s Board Members have given over 25 years each of generous service.
Based in Atlanta, Georgia, the Foundation is independent to, but affiliated with, Imperial College London. The Foundation is a non-profit corporation operating exclusively for charitable and educational purposes, whose principal goal is to advance the pursuits of Imperial in the most advanced training and research in various branches of the sciences and their application to medicine and industry.
Donations to the Foundation support the College and other educational endeavours, by supporting students, facilities and academic research and College initiatives. Projects which have benefitted from the Foundation’s support include the President’s Scholarship Fund and the Imperial Bursary Fund.
As the Foundation is recognised as a public charitable foundation, under section 501(c)(3) of the US Internal Revenue Service code, donors in the US are able to give tax efficiently. Donations made to the Foundation by residents of the US qualify as tax exempt donations that may be used to reduce the donor’s taxable income. That means that if you are a US taxpayer, you can claim back from the Internal Revenue Service any tax that you have already paid on your donation to the Foundation.
Contact the Imperial College Foundation
Imperial College Foundation, Inc.
P.O. Box 80526
Atlanta GA 30366-0526
Foundation’s EIN# 58-1813092