500 million people throughout sub-Saharan Africa suffer from Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTD), but a solution is within reach. For 30pence/50cents, an individual can receive treatment for schistosomiais and soil-transmitted helminth infections.

The problem is big, but together even the smallest of donations will make a significant impact in controlling these diseases and improving the quality of life of affected individuals.

Ways to donate to SCI

Donate online

You can make a donation safely and securely from anywhere in the World using your credit or debit card.
Donate now

Regular giving

Giving a monthly donation is the best way to help us save lives.

Bank transfer

If you wish to make a bank transfer please include the reference 'SCI Donation by YOURNAME'.

Our bank details are:
NatWest PLC, South Kensington Station Branch, London SW7 2LB
Sort code: 51-50-01
Account number: 65824431
IBAN: GB59NWBK51500165824431
SWIFT code: NWBK GB 2L (BIC)

By post

Sending a cheque made payable to 'Imperial College London (SCI)' to:
SCI, Advancement Division, 
Imperial College London, SALC Mezzanine
Level 5 Sherfield Building 
London SW7 2AZ

Gift Aid for UK tax-payers

Did you know you can increase your donation by 25% for nothing?

How Gift Aid works

If you are a UK tax-payer, please complete the gift aid section when you make your donation.  If you forgot, no problem. Just complete and return the SCI ICL gift aid declaration (PDF)SCI Gift Aid Declaration (pdf) to: giving@imperial.ac.uk.

Giving from outside the UK

SCI is very proud to receive donations from around the World. Please click the appropriate link to find out more about the most cost-effective way to make a donation to SCI if you are:

Should you wish to make a donation to SCI from a country not listed above please choose one of the methods above: donate online, or via bank transfer, or alternatively send a cheque by post

Sponsor an SCI fundraiser

You can sponsor two SCI staff members who are running the 2017 London Marathon for the Schistosomiasis Control Initiative.