Ways of Giving

The Dwight School Foundation is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization and donations are tax-deductible to the extent of the law. There are several ways to make a contribution:

Online

To make a credit card gift online now, click here.

By Mail

Checks should be made out to The Dwight School Foundation and mailed to the address below:

The Dwight School Foundation
291 Central Park West
New York, NY 10024

By Phone

Please call the Foundation Office at 646-400-0314.

Gifts of Appreciated Securities/Stock

A gift of appreciated stock, which has been held for more than one year, allows you to avoid the capital gains tax on the appreciation. It also qualifies you for an income tax charitable deduction based on the fair-market value of the stock on the date you make the gift. For more details, download our Securities Transfer Form.

Make a Pledge 

Pledges can be fulfilled with one payment or multiple payments and simply need to be completed in full by June 30, 2021.

Matching Gifts

You may be able to double or triple your gift! If your company is eligible, request a matching gift form from your employer, and send it completed and signed with your gift to The Dwight School Foundation. Please contact Moira Chouaf at mchouaf@dwight.edu or 646-400-0314 with any questions.

AmazonSmile

Support The Dwight School Foundation every time you shop, at no cost to you. Every eligible purchase you make on AmazonSmile will result in a 0.5% donation to The Dwight School Foundation. Make us your charity of choice by going to smile.amazon.com today and searching for The Dwight School Foundation. 

Questions? Contact us

Moira Chouaf, Annual Fund Director

mchouaf@dwight.edu
646.400.0314

Important Donor Tax Information for 2020 Gifts

The CARES Act, passed on March 27, 2020, allows individual and corporate taxpayers to increase their charitable contribution deductions for most public charities during calendar year 2020. Deduction limits for individuals have been raised to 100% of adjusted gross income (up from 60% previously), and corporate deduction has more than doubled. Individuals who do not itemize may deduct up to $300 for calendar year 2020.

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