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The American University of Paris welcomes gifts from our alumni, former students, parents, students, faculty, staff, and current and former board members. Please click below to make your gift. If you would like more information about giving to AUP, please contact

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For gifts in US Dollars:

Mary McLean Evans

Vice President for Presidential Initiatives

The American University of Paris

1004 Midnight Channel Road

Wilmington NC  28403



For gifts in Euros:

The American University of Paris

Office of Outreach and Advancement

5 boulevard de La Tour-Maubourg

75007 Paris



Please include a note with your contact information and instructions regarding the designation of your gift.  Thank you!

Planned Giving

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Tax Benefits

Tax Benefits in France and the U.S.

 As a registered charitable organization and association à but non-lucratif, AUP issues French and US gift receipts for all contributions. That receipt can then be used to receive tax credit on your annual income tax return. 

Matching Gifts

Matching Gifts

If you work for a company with a gift-matching program, please contact your human resources department to complete the necessary documentation to secure additional support for AUP. In some cases, a spouse’s company will also match a gift. The ratio of the match may vary from company to company. Both your gift and the matching gift will count toward your overall giving level when it comes to donor recognition.

Giving in the E.U.

Giving in the E.U.

Thanks to Transnational Giving Europe (TGE), donors in various European countries are able to make tax-efficient gifts to The American University of Paris. The TGE network enables donors (both corporations and individuals) residing in one of the participating countries to financially support nonprofit organizations in other member countries, while benefiting directly from the tax advantages provided for in the legislation of their country of residence.