Ways to Give

Beginning School Student

There are many ways you can contribute financially to The Meadows School. Every gift, regardless of size, sends a strong message that TMS is committed to its students, their education, and the future of the School. As a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, all gifts are tax-deductible as allowed by the law.

For the complete Board approved Giving Policies and Procedures please click here.

Gifts of Cash

Contributions made by check, cash or credit card are tax-deductible in the year the donation is given. We accept Visa, Mastercard, and American Express. Please make checks payable to The Meadows School. You may designate your contribution for Scholarship, Athletics & Extra-Curriculars, Campus Beautification, or the general fund. You may also contribute towards one of the several established named endowments and funds.

Gifts of Securities

You may achieve tax savings by making your gift via stocks or other capital assets. Please consult your tax or financial advisor to explore the tax benefits specific to such a gift. The Meadows School sells securities gifts upon receipt, per Board policy.

Matching Gifts

Many employers sponsor matching gift programs and will match charitable contributions made by their employees. If you work for a company that matches gifts, you can double or even triple the value of your contribution. Contact your Human Resources Department for eligibility information and to obtain a matching gift form.

Planned Gifts

The Meadows School welcomes gifts with a deferred benefit such as remainder trusts, gifts of life insurance, or bequests in wills. Please contact the Advancement Office for more information.


The Meadows School is pleased to receive gifts of goods or services that may provide a budgetary savings to the School or fulfill a particular departmental need. Per IRS guidelines, the School will provide a letter assigning a dollar value to an in-kind gift when substantiation of the value is provided by the donor. It is recommended that you consult your tax advisor to explore the tax benefits specific to such a gift.