Giving to Fulbright
You Can Make a Difference!
Donations for the Fulbright Program in Portugal are an important source of funding. They help pave the way for an increasing number of Fulbright grantees from both nationalities and are a contribution to the development of mutual understanding between Portugal and the United States.
Donations to the Fulbright Commission are eligible for tax deductions in Portugal and in the United States.
Donations from Portugal
You are welcome to transfer your donation to one of the following bank accounts:
In Euros – IBAN PT50 0010 0000 3990 9730 0016 5, SWIFT: BBPIPTPL
In Dollars – IBAN PT50 0010 9999 3990 9730 6018 5, SWIFT: BBPIPTPL
Donations to the Fulbright Commission from companies and organizations (pessoas colectivas) can be
considered 120% as costs in their financial statements, as designed to support educational and cultural
activities. For individuals (pessoas singulares), 25% of the donated amount can be deducted in their taxes.
Please provide your NIF and email address and we will send you a receipt.
Donations from the United States
The Fulbright Commission Portugal works with IIE to administer tax-deductible donations from Fulbright alumni and other supporters of the Fulbright program in the United States for the purpose of supporting our programs of educational exchange.
To donate online, please go to https://www.iie.org/Donate/Where-to-give/Fulbright-Assistance-Funds and direct your gift by selecting “Portugal Fulbright Assistance Fund” under Select Fund.
You can also use the credit/wire form available for download and direct it to:
Institute of International Education
Office of Philanthropy
Portugal Fulbright Assistance Fund
Attn: Saskia Talay
One World Trade Center, 36th Floor
New York, NY 10007
To know more about how you or your institution can make a difference by supporting the Fulbright Program in Portugal and help strengthen the transatlantic ties that bind the U.S. and Portugal, please contact Otília Macedo Reis, Executive Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.