Make a Gift
Whether you are making an annual gift to the Friends’ Central Fund, a capital gift to support a project, and endowment gift to create perpetual funding, or an estate gift, your gift will be vital to Friends’ Central’s students and faculty. Once you have decided to give, there are a number of ways to make a gift. All gifts are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law. If you have any questions about your gift, or how to make a gift, please call the Development Office at 610-645-5043 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can make a gift to the Friends’ Central Fund by clicking here.
Contributions of cash, check, or money order are accepted. Checks should be made payable to "Friends' Central School Annual Giving" and mailed to Friends' Central School, Development Office
1101 City Avenue, Wynnewood, PA 19096.
Contributions by credit card can be made using American Express®, Visa®, or MasterCard®. Necessary information includes the card number, the expiration date, and the name as it appears on the card. This information may be mailed to the office, called in to 610-645-5043, or entered via our online giving site.
Matching Gifts can double or triple the value of your gift. Many companies match the philanthropic contributions of their employees to independent schools. Obtain a form for a Matching Gift Request from your company's personnel or human resources office, fill out the portion to be completed by the donor, and mail the form to the School along with your gift. Annual Giving Matching Gifts are counted towards a donor's membership in one of the Annual Giving Gift Clubs.
A gift of appreciated securities (stocks, bonds, and mutual funds) can offer the joy of helping others while being a tremendous financial planning tool for a donor, since income taxes are reduced by the charitable donation and there is no capital gains tax on the appreciation. Securities can easily be transferred electronically by your broker to a School account. Please call Kim Emmons-Benjet at 610-645-4499 to learn how to transfer securities to FCS.