The Courtauld enjoys close links with the US through its students, alumni and faculty, who are either American or live in the States. This relationship is strengthened by support from US taxpayers based in the UK or US, who contribute to the Annual Fund, scholarships and other areas of our work.

The American Foundation for The Courtauld Institute of Art (a 501 (c) (3) charity) enables US taxpayers who wish to support The Courtauld to make gifts that are tax deductible for US income tax purposes. The Foundation's Chairman is Mr. Marco Grassi and its Executive Director is Susan Marks.

The American Foundation for The Courtauld (AFCIA) will consider gifts at all levels, including membership to the Friends and the Samuel Courtauld Society.



To make a donation

 

Donate online
Donate to the AFCIA

 

Donate by post


  download a donation form and mail it to Susan Marks with your cheque.

If you'd like further advice about the tax benefits of giving to AFCIA, or would like to discuss making a gift, Susan Marks would be happy to help.


Susan Marks
Executive Director
American Foundation for The Courtauld Institute of Art
55 East End Avenue #3D
New York, NY 10028
Email: susan.marks@courtauld.ac.uk   Telephone: 001 212-737-5051

 


To join the friends or samuel courtauld society through afcia

 

Joining one of our membership groups from the US is accompanied by unique benefits, including a diverse events programme hosted across the US, contact with the wider Courtauld community active in America and assistance with all your cultural needs in the UK.

 

This is on top of the benefits enjoyed by UK members of The Courtauld, which are fully detailed here.

 


Gift Payment Information


Gifts to the American Foundation for the Courtauld Institute of Art are tax deductible for American income tax purposes.

You can make a gift by check, made payable to "American Foundation for the Courtauld Institute of Art" and mailed to Susan Marks at the address above.

The Foundation's tax exempt ID #13-6296745.

Top photograph by meironke.