Only donations to the select number of Swiss institutions, which are tax-exempt, can be deducted from taxable income in Switzerland. The LSE Alumnae and Alumni Foundation of Switzerland is one of those institutions. LSE alumnae and alumni (and their businesses) can deduct donations to the Foundation between the amounts as shown for each of the Cantons in this article.
You can make a difference to future generations beyond your lifetime by making a bequest to the LSE Alumnae and Alumni Foundation of Switzerland in your testament. My means of a bequest, you channel a fixed amount or percentage share of your estate or specific valuables or real estate from your estate to the Foundation.
Another way to leave a permanent legacy to future generations of LSE students is to designate the LSE Alumnae and Alumni Foundation of Switzerland as an heir. The Foundation would become a member of the community of heirs ("Erbengemeinschaft") with all the rights and obligations legal heirs enjoy in Switzerland. If no heirs to a compulsory portion exist, you would be free to designate the LSE Alumnae and Alumni Foundation of Switzerland as your sole heir.