The HSG Foundation would like to thank all of its benefactors

Private individuals, companies, foundations: The University of St.Gallen was able to quickly implement strategically important projects and establish itself as one of the leading business universities thanks to significant donations. Many thanks to our benefactors for their commitment!

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Donations

How can I donate?

A monetary donation, donation in kind, donation in time or inheritance and bequest – any form of donation makes a contribution to the development of the University of St.Gallen. You can also donate online: simply select your desired amount and whether you want to support the HGS Learning Center or a specific project. We would also be happy to advise you in person in order to find a suitable way for you to get involved.

Donations

Please read the following document for donations from Germany or the USA .
Donations from Germany or the USA (pdf).

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What you need to know

Why does the University of St.Gallen need donations?

Donations from third parties have played a key factor in enabling the initiation and implementation of innovative projects at the University of St.Gallen (HSG) in its over one-hundred year history. Donations are an important supplement to existing basic public financing. They enable the realisation of additional research and infrastructure projects and student funding.

Will my donation be used effectively?

The HSG Foundation serves as a «trustee» of the entrusted funds, which it uses for the University of St.Gallen with due care, quality and effectiveness.

A donation from a bequest?

A bequest permits a contribution/donation in a person’s will in favour of legal persons or organisations without them having to be regarded as an heir. Please contact us if you have questions about legacies.

Can donations be offset against tax?

The HSG Foundation is a non-profit foundation as defined in Art. 80 ff.of the Swiss Civil Code (SCC). Donations can be offset against tax within the framework of the statutory provisions.

How can I deduct donations to the HSG Foundation from my tax?

The HSG Foundation is tax-exempt, so donations to the HSG Foundation can be taken into account or in other words deducted from your income tax.

The information has been compiled to the best of our knowledge but without liability:

Switzerland

  • Private individuals (canton of St.Gallen): Private individuals can offset up to a maximum of 20% of their net income against tax, deductible amount: CHF 500.
  • Companies: Companies can offset up to 20% of their net profit against tax.

Germany

  • Private individuals: Individuals can donate up to 20% of their personal income as special expenses. If this limit is exceeded, unlimited donations can be carried forward to subsequent years and then deducted from their tax liability.
  • Companies: When companies make donations, they can alternatively offset four-tenths of a percent of the sum of their overall turnover as well as wages and salaries paid in a calendar year as special expenses against tax.

Austria

  • Private individuals: The law stipulates that donations of no more than 10% of the annual tax base can be deducted.
  • Companies: Corporate donations can be deducted from the business assets (as operating expenses). Corporate donations are limited to 10% of the profits from the preceding financial year.

Liechtenstein

  • Private individuals: The maximum amount per year may not exceed 10% of their taxable earnings. Donations exceeding the total amount of 300 Swiss francs must be proven by means of receipts.

We send you a donation receipt once you make a donation. Note: All information is provided without liability.

Will I be mentioned by name as a benefactor?

We would like to thank all benefactors and also name them on the website as well as mentioning them in the HSG Foundation reporting. If you wish to remain anonymous, your request will be taken into account.

Your contact partner for your involvement

We would be happy to advise you about the various ways you can get involved and the areas of activity. We look forward to hearing from you. +41 71 224 39 48 / ernst.risch@unisg.ch

Ernst Risch, lic. oec. HSG
Managing director

Benefactors

Many thanks to our benefactors.

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Achleitner Ann-Kristin und Paul

AFG Arbonia-Forster-Holding AG

Altherrenverband der AV Mercuria San Gallensis

Bankenvereinigung der Stadt St.Gallen

Billeter Wohlfahrt Marco & Corinne

Bischoff Textil AG St.Gallen

Büttner-Thiel Nicole & Alexander

Christian Fischbacher Co. AG

Competence Network AG St.Gallen

CPH Chemie + Papier Holding AG

de Mallmann François-Xavier

DHL Management (Switzerland) Ltd.

Dr. Bjørn Johansson Associates AG

Dubler Hotel- und Tourismusberatung

Gueissaz-Blohm Amelie und Pascal

Haberbeck Harro und Christian

Hein & Göldi Bettina & Andreas

Heugümper Alumni Club Zürich

Huschke Gnehm Christine und Lucas

ISC and St. Gallen Foundation for International Studies

Kleiner-Schläpfer Peter & Marianne

Kobe Carmen und Minder Stefan

Küng-Shankleman Lucy und Gebi

Moeri & König Jacqueline & Christian

Moerker Bernhard & Chantalle

Raiffeisen & Helvetia Versicherungen

Schöning Naujoks Mirjam & Henrik

Schuitemaker-Wichstrøm Anne-Marie

Schürer Monika und Wolfgang

Schweitzer Juliane & Florian

Schweizer-Lütolf Hansrudolf

SGOC – San Gallenses Oeconomiae Comites

Tatiana + Marc Frey Foundation

Ungarische Flüchtlingsstudenten 1956

von und zu Liechtenstein Fürst Hans-Adam II

Wølner-Hanssen Terje I. & Sigi

Our Projects

Business Economics and Public Policy