Donors to MIT who are taxpayers in other countries should review local tax laws and regulations for details or consult a local professional tax advisor.  

Canada

In Canada, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is on the list of 'prescribed universities' in the Canadian Income Tax Act Schedule VII section 3503. Thus, all donations to MIT are tax-deductible in Canada subject to any regulations that might otherwise apply. For information on all registered charities in Canada under the Income Tax Act, please visit the Canada Revenue Agency's website. 
 

United Kingdom

For donors based in the United Kingdom, MIT has established the MIT Foundation (UK), a charitable vehicle intended to benefit the particular tax relief needs of MIT's UK-based alumni and friends. Learn more.
 

Transnational Giving Europe

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