GIVING TO BERKSHIRE HAS NEVER BEEN EASIER
You can make your gift by credit card (online or over the phone), check, donating stock, wire transfer or through your company's matching gift program. All contributions are tax-deductible as allowed by law.
It's easy to Support Berkshire right now, online.
Check: Make checks payable to Berkshire School and indicate the appropriate fund in the memo section, then mail to:
Office of Advancement
245 North Undermountain Road
Sheffield, MA 01257
Stocks or Wire Transfer: See instructions here.
Matching Gifts: Ask your employer if your company matches charitable donations and review the basics of their program. If you decide to use this option, be sure to let Myra Riiska know so she may track the gift for you.
Berkshire School is committed to providing our students with outstanding programs and facilities on every level, from the traditional to the cutting edge. In order to maintain our current success and stay ahead of new trends, we rely on the generosity and support of thousands of alumni, parents, parents of alumni, grandparents and friends to supplement tuition revenue and endowment income.
There are many areas in which your gift can positively impact Berkshire today. Please browse through the options below to see which is right for you.
The Annual Fund helps pay yearly operating budget costs which are not covered by tuition revenue and endowment income alone. For more information, visit the Annual Fund page.
Endowment Funds provide perpetual income for the School's operating budget in a wide range of areas, from student scholarships and faculty salaries to student activities and campus beautification. To see a complete list of endowed funds and prizes, please visit Endowed Funds or Endowed Prizes.
Matching Gifts supplement a donor's gift by providing funds from the donor's employer. These gifts can double or even triple a donor's contribution to the School. Ask your employer about matching gift options, or check our CASE link to see if your company matches charitable donations and review the basics of their program.
Planned Giving allows donors to make gifts through wills, estates, bequests, trusts and other estate planning vehicles. For more information, visit the Planned Giving page.