Whether you prefer to give by mail, phone, or online, there are many ways to make your gift.
We appreciate all of the many ways people demonstrate their support for Walnut Hill.
Visit our GiveButter page to make a secure online gift to Walnut Hill at any time.
Mail us your gift by addressing your envelope to "Walnut Hill School for the Arts, Development Office, 12 Highland Street, Natick, MA 01760."
Call the Development Office at 508.650.5019 to make a gift during business hours.
Go to www.flywire.com and click on 'Make a Payment' in the upper left corner. Choose 'Walnut Hill School for the Arts' in the dropdown menu. Please enter 'Development' in the notes section.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 508.650.5019 for our Merrill Lynch account information and transfer instructions.
A pledge is a gift intention that is paid off before the June 30 end of fiscal year or over several fiscal years. Contact email@example.com or 508.650.5019 to make your pledge.
Your employer (or your spouse's) may be able to match your gift to Walnut Hill. Some companies match 2:1 or greater. Ask if your employer can match your donation and maximize your giving. Contact your financial planner and firstname.lastname@example.org or 508.650.5019.
Instead of a cash donation, you may donate your assets through a variety of vehicles. Contact email@example.com or 508.650.5019 to see what plan is the right fit for you and your family.
Your class can pool resources to create an endowed fund or you can create a legacy on your own with any type of gift during your reunion year. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 508.650.5019 to discuss your options.
Our fiscal year runs from July 1 to June 30. Annual gifts, both unrestricted and restricted, provide essential current-use funds.
Annual Fund gifts of $1,000 or more paid in a single fiscal year, or gifts of $25,000 or more paid over 5 years are considered leadership gifts. Gifts may be restricted by donors in accordance with the gift acceptance policies of the school.
A Planned Gift is a donation from your assets instead of cash. With it you can create a meaningful philanthropic legacy through a bequest, beneficiary designation, trust, or annuity, while gaining tax benefits and/or life income.
An endowed gift is a long-term investment in Walnut Hill. The minimum gift to create an endowed fund is $50,000. Funds may be restricted by donors in accordance with the gift acceptance policies of the school.
Making a memorial or honorary gift is a meaningful way to both recognize an individual's importance to you and to support Walnut Hill. These special contributions could acknowledge a birthday, special achievement, or milestone.
Walnut Hill does accept select gifts-in-kind. Good condition Steinway pianos, new building materials, art supplies, among other items and services are welcomed.
Each gift, no matter the size, makes a difference to our small community. The act of giving signifies your confidence in us as a school and declares us an institution worthy of your support. Your donation is an investment in today's students and those of the future.
Philanthropy helps us contain the tuition costs for every Walnut Hill student; tuition does not cover all that goes into making a Walnut Hill education extraordinary. Your gift helps us provide generous financial aid to over 50% of our student body. Your support allows us to develop new arts programming, enhance our facilities, and recruit and retain talented and dedicated faculty. Your gift enables us to enhance the Walnut Hill experience, and your gift can also make a difference to you in tax benefits and the benefit of seeing your impact.
It takes the entire community to promote our core values of excellence, creativity, community, growth, and respect. Please join us and support Walnut Hill as you are able.
Your gift supports the upkeep and improvement of our historic campus.
Your gift enables students to receive the attention and coaching they need to succeed.
Your gift provides educational experiences outside of the classroom, enhancing learning and cultural understanding.