Ways to Give
You can give with a credit card via our secure online giving form – we accept Visa, Mastercard, AmericanExpress, and Discover.
Using our online giving form, you can make a gift directly from your debit or checking account. Not subject to processing fees, Sidwell Friends receives every penny of your direct debit gifts.
Many donors are able to give more by spreading their generosity out via monthly donations. Credit card or direct debit recurring gifts are a hassle-free way of making annual or monthly sustaining gifts. Use our online giving form to set one up today!
If you are giving by check, please make it payable to Sidwell Friends School and designate the fund name in the memo field. Mail your gifts to our drop box address:
P.O. Box 5037
White Plains, NY 10602-5037
Did you know that you can double (or even triple!) your support to Sidwell Friends? Many corporations have employee matching gifts programs – search below for your and your spouse’s employer(s) to see if your gift is match eligible. In as little as five minutes, you can double your impact.
Please click here for delivery instructions for gifts of securities and cash wire transfers.
Through a planned gift to Sidwell Friends School, you can thoughtfully invest in the future of the School while continuing to meet your other financial goals and provide for your family. To learn more about planned giving, follow the link below and contact Scott Kramer at email@example.com or 202-537-8125.
Memorial and Tribute Gifts
A gift to Sidwell Friends is a special way to honor or remember a special person or event. For online giving, please use the tribute/honor function there. To honor someone with your securities, wire, or planned gift, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. A note will be sent to the those you have honored, informing them of your tribute; the gift amount will not be disclosed.
The fiscal year for The Sidwell Friends Fund is July 1, 2022 to June 30, 2023. Thank you for your support.
$50,000 and above
Head of School Society
Maroon and Gray Society