Giving

Ways to Give

Your Support is Critical

With the help of alumni, parents and friends, through outright annual and capital gifts or planned giving, Westminster will be able to secure its firm financial footing for the future and be able to preserve the special qualities that have distinguished the school and its students for more than a century — qualities that have made such a profound and enduring difference in so many lives. Westminster does not seek to become something different, but rather a stronger version of itself. It is a big goal. It is a worthy goal. It is deserving of your help.

Ways to Give

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  • Mail

    The fastest way to give is to make your gift online.

    You can also mail a check made payable to Westminster School:
    Office of Advancement
    Westminster School
    995 Hopmeadow Street
    Simsbury, CT 06070-9986
  • Credit Card

    Westminster School accepts Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Discover Card.
    Complete your gift online via the safe and secure online form here, or call Andrew Marco in The Westminster Fund office at (860) 408-3028.
  • Stock Transfers

    For all transfers, please call or email Andrew Marco
    (860) 408-3028
    amarco@westminster-school.org

    Westminster works with Merrill Lynch as our broker. 

    Westminster's DTC:  8862
    Account #  81404061
    Agent Bank Name:  Merrill Lynch
    Agent Bank Number:  27790
    Account Title: Westminster School
    Tax Identification #:  06-0646960

    Please call or e-mail Andrew with the name of the donor and the name and number of shares that are being sent so that we may sell the shares and thank the donor.
  • Wire Transfers

    Many donors, especially international families, have found that the easiest way to make a gift to The Westminster Fund is by completing a wire transfer to Westminster School. Please follow the instructions below and contact Andrew Marco if you have questions.

    Wire to: First Republic Bank
    Account number for Trustees of Westminster School, Inc. 80009189665
    For: The Westminster Fund
    City and State: San Francisco, CA
    ABA Routing Number: 321081669
    Swift Code: FRBBUS6S
  • Qualified Charitable Distributions

    The IRA Charitable Rollover allows individuals who are age 70 ½ and over to transfer up to $100,000 to nonprofits and not count the transfer as taxable income. This is called either a Qualified Charitable Distribution (QCD) or an IRA Rollover.
  • Recurring Gifts

    By committing to a recurring gift, you are providing Westminster with steady, reliable funding for students and faculty through a monthly gift to the school.

    It’s easy to enroll with a credit card using the safe and secure online form www.westminster-school.org/recurring

    How it works
    • You determine the amount of your donation.
    • Westminster will charge the gift to your credit card on (or about) the 15th of every month.
    • Your gift will automatically renew each year.
    • Your online donation is secure and flexible and, while your gift is active, you will receive fewer requests for your support throughout the year.

    If you are currently enrolled, and this gift method no longer meet your needs, contact Andrew Marco at (860) 408-3028 or amarco@westminster-school.org.
  • Planned Giving

    Every day alumni, parents and others choose to make the ultimate gift to Westminster through a bequest, gift annuity, or other planned giving option. Learn more about Planned Giving at https://giving.westminster-school.org/
    or contact Jennifer Keyo, Director of Legacy and Leadership Giving at jkeyo@westminster-school.org or (860) 408-3039.

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Simsbury, Connecticut 06070

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