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Friends' Central Fund

Friends' Central Fund

Friends’ Central School relies on income beyond tuition to provide outstanding educational and extracurricular activities within a caring, supportive community rooted in Quaker values. Like most independent schools, tuition covers only a portion of the cost of educating each student, with the remainder made up of endowment income and gifts to the Annual Fund. Each year, hundreds of parents, alumni/ae, parents of alumni/ae, grandparents, and friends give generously to provide every student unparalleled opportunities at Friends’ Central School. Read about our Signature Programs supported by the Friends’ Central Fund.

Gifts may be designated to:

Friends' Central Support

Participation Counts!
Every gift is important, as outside funders often look at parent and alumni/ae participation when making decisions about their donations. Leadership gifts are particularly meaningful, providing an opportunity to make a major contribution to the School’s inherent strength. Click here to learn more about the Leadership Giving Society and Gift Clubs.

  • Click here to make an easy and secure online gift.
  • Click here to make a monthly recurring gift.
  • Send a check made payable to “Friends’ Central School” to the Development Office at Friends’ Central School, 1101 City Avenue, Wynnewood, PA 19096.
  • To make a stock gift, please contact Kim Emmons-Benjet at kbenjet@friendscentral.org or 610-645-4499.

Make a Gift to the Friends' Central Fund

Gifts to the Friends' Central Fund have an immediate impact on the educational experience of every student at FCS. Our fiscal year runs from July 1 - June 30.

Click here to give online.

You can also mail a check, cash, or money order to the Friends' Central Development Office, 1101 City Avenue, Wynnewood, PA 19096.

We also have recurring gift, matching gift, and gifts of securities options. Click here for more info.

Thank you for supporting the Friends' Central Fund!

Why I Give

"I give to FCS every year because I met my best friends there and the community is a big part of who I am today."

-Taylor Lee '08