Tax Information

Canada

All gifts are tax-deductible as prescribed by law. UC Davis is recognized as a tax-exempt organization by Revenue Canada (Tax ID 154146).

Donations may be made to UC Davis directly in Canadian or U.S. dollars.

Hong Kong

Hong Kong taxpayers may make donations in Hong Kong dollars or U.S. dollars via the University of California Foundation Limited in Hong Kong, which will forward your gift to UC Davis. Contributions are tax deductible up to 35% of total assessable income or profits for the tax year, as provided for under Section 88 of the Hong Kong Inland Revenue Ordinance. Gift remittance information is available here. 

United Kingdom

British and U.S. taxpayers may make donations in pounds sterling or U.S. dollars to UC Davis via the University of California Trust (U.K.) in London - registered British Charity No. 1075405. Additionally, the University of California Trust (U.K.) can collect Gift Aid on your behalf and forward it to UC Davis.

Donors who have tax liabilities in the U.K. and the U.S. can give to UC Berkeley via the CAF American Donor Fund for dual U.S./U.K. taxpayers. Trading as Southampton Row Trust Ltd., the CAF American Donor Fund allows U.S. citizens living in the United Kingdom to receive tax benefits in both countries for their international contributions.

Europe

If you are a European taxpayer, you may give to UC Davis through Transnational Giving Europe (TGE), which currently covers 18 countries. TGE enables individual or corporate donors resident in one of the participating countries to make donations to nonprofit organizations in other member states, while benefiting directly from the tax advantages provided for in the legislation of their country of residence.

Donors may make a gift to their respective national TGE partner which will transfer donations to the University of California Trust UK, which will then forward the funds to UC Davis.

For more information on gift remittance from overseas, please contact Marina Tan Harper, Senior Director, International Development.