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  • MIT Sloan Annual Fund

    The MIT Sloan Annual Fund is fueled entirely by alumni and friends like you. It empowers students, faculty, and alumni to defy convention and bring ideas that matter to the world.

  • REAL IMPACT: The MIT Sloan Annual Fund provides expanded funding for the programs and initiatives that matters most:
    • Supporting innovative new programs & courses
    • Offering fellowships to attract the best and brightest prospective students
    • Funding groundbreaking research projects developed and led by junior faculty
    • Expanding MIT Sloan’s network of action learning labs
    • Building the MIT Sloan alumni and student network

    Thanks to all donors who last year provided the School with $5.63 million in unrestricted funding. This generosity supported groundbreaking research, student fellowships, program development, and new initiatives at the School.

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      Dean’s Circle

      With a gift of $2,500 or more ($1,000 or more for those who have graduated in the last four years), you can join a higher level of commitment, responsibility, and leadership at MIT Sloan. Dean’s Circle members receive special recognition and benefits, and help create groundbreaking ways for our MIT Sloan community to create value for the world.
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      Matching Gifts

      Did you know that your company may multiply your philanthropic investment? This means that your impact could be doubled or even tripled. Email mitsloangiving@mit.edu or click here to see if your gift can be matched.

    About Transnational Giving Europe
    Cross-border philanthropy in Europe is now a reality. MIT Sloan supporters in a number of European countries can make tax-efficient contributions to the MIT Sloan Annual Fund through the MIT Foundation (UK), a UK charity, through the Transnational Giving Europe (TGE) network.

    To use and be eligible to receive a tax benefit in your country of residence, you must:
    • Be resident in any of the participating countries
    • Donate to a TGE-approved charitable organization in any of the other countries in the network.

    How it Works
    You make your gift to the TGE foundation partner in your country of residence. The foundation then provides you with all the fiscal advantages, including a tax receipt. Based on the foundation’s distribution schedule, your gift is then transferred to your intended foreign beneficiary – in this case, the MIT Foundation UK.

    Types of Gift and Currencies
    Only wire gifts in US Dollars, Euros, GBP (UK), CHF (Switzerland) and Zloties (Poland) are accepted at this time.

    TGE charges operational fees that will be deducted from the gift: 5% up to 100,000€, 1% above this, and capped at a maximum fee of 15,000€. Remitting banks also charge transactional fees that vary from bank to bank.

    If you’d like to make a gift to the MIT Sloan Annual Fund or if you have questions regarding TGE, please contact the MIT Foundation (UK) administrator Eileen Flood at eileen_flood@blueyonder.co.uk.