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How to Apply for BSUF Approval

To receive grants from BSUF an institution must first be approved by the BSUF Board - see Statement of Purposes and Policies for criteria used in approving institutions.

Certain criteria apply:  e.g. although there is no fixed minimum, it is desirable that an institution have a U.S. constituency of 25 or more individuals, one of whom is willing to serve as its U.S. Representative in America (see below).

To obtain approval the Headmaster of the institution must complete the BSUF Application Form.  You can download a copy of the application form.  When it is completed please e-mail it to ExecDir@bsuf.org or return it to:

     
    British Schools and Universities Foundation, Inc.
    575 Madison Avenue, Suite 1006
    New York, NY 10022-2511
     
    BSUF Tax Exemption
     
    Download BSUF Tax Exemption Certificate   BSUF's Federal tax Id is 13-6161189
   

Suggested Guidelines for Choosing a US Representative

As always, the person you choose to represent your institution in the US can make a big difference in the amount of support you receive.  You can download suggested guidelines for choosing a US representative for your institution.

     
 
 
BSUF makes grants to public and private, sectarian and non-sectarian, schools, colleges, universities, and other educational, scientific and literary organizations in the British Commonwealth of Nations.

 

 

 

                        

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British Schools and Universities Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit educational, scientific and literary foundation.  This foundation is tax-exempt.  Contributions to it are deductible for Federal income tax purposes.  Bequests, legacies, devises, transfers, or gifts to it are deductible for Federal estate and gift tax purposes.