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Donation Methods

Credit Card: Donate online or call the Development Office at 415-561-5800, ext. 114.

Cash: Make checks payable to The Bay School of San Francisco and mail to 35 Keyes Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94129. Gifts are used for the general operating fund unless otherwise designated.
 
Matching Gifts: Please look here to see if your employer will match your donation.

Securities: Please request that your broker transfer shares to First Republic Securities, DTC#0443, to The Bay School of San Francisco, account #33L-007953. Contact the Development Office to advise of the stock type and amount and instruct the broker to add your name to a trailer on the transaction confirmation so that your gift may be properly credited. Please contact Director of Advancement Charlie Meade if you have any questions.

Wire Transfers: To make a gift by domestic or international wire transfer, please follow the instructions listed here.
 
Designated Gifts: Many naming opportunities are available for specific areas of the campus including the student center and dining area, outside courtyard and science laboratories. Please contact Charlie Meade for further details.
 
Pledges: If you would like to pledge a donation to The Bay School, please fill out this form

In-kind: The Bay School gratefully accepts donations of items and experiences, which we make available at our annual silent auction and community event, Bay Splash. Please email Charlie Meade if you are interested in making this type of donation.

Volunteer: Our volunteers play an important role in our success. There are many ways to participate!
 
AmazonSmile: AmazonSmile is the exact same thing as shopping on Amazon. The only difference is, by using AmazonSmile, Amazon will donate a portion of your purchases to a nonprofit organization of your choice! Click HERE to connect your Amazon account to The Bay School.
 
The Bay School’s 501C3 tax exempt identification number is #94-3266229. Donations are tax-exempt to the full extent of the law.