Mechanics of giving

This section provides you with the detail information you need to complete a cash-based transaction. If you have questions, please contact us.

Cash Bank wire transfers & Cheques Payroll deductions

Cash

Gifts in the form of cash are among the most valuable ways of support for AIT. Cash gifts made by cheque should be payable to AIT, and mailed with your contribution form (pdf format) or a letter stating your gift’s purpose details to:

Office of Advancement (OADV)
Asian Institute of Technology, P.O. Box 4,
Klong Luang, Pathumthani 12120, Thailand.
Email: oadv@ait.ac.th

AIT is listed in the Thailand Revenue Development as a not for profit organization, and your gift is tax-deductible within the limitations of Kingdom of Thailand income tax laws.

Bank wire transfers & Cheques

Gifts in any currency may be wired directly from your bank to AIT’s bank by providing your bank with the following wire transfer instructions:

Name of bank to wire funds: Siam Commercial Bank Public Company Limited

Bank address:

Account Name: Asian Institute of Technology For Endowment Fund Foundation
Bank Name: Siam Commercial Bank Public Company Limited
Account No.: 406-001733-4
Account Type: Savings
Branch: Thammasart University Hospital Branch

Address: 95 Moo 8, Klong Nueng, Klongluang, Pathumthani 12120, Thailand

SWIFT Code: SICOTHBK

Wire Details: Please include the purpose of the contribution.

NOTE: It may take 3 – 5 working days to transfer the contribution. If the transfer is through cheques there are additional bank charges required for cheque clearances. If the contribution is through currencies other than THB, additional charges apply for clearance and transfer.

It is advised that you provide the details of the transfer to Ms. Lucena D. Talaid, Program Officer (email: lucena@ait.ac.th) for smooth processing.

Payroll deductions

AIT employees also have the option of donating directly to the Institute through payroll deduction. To sign up, please complete the Payroll Deduction Authorization Form and return it to the Office of Advancement.

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