Please make checks payable to St. Paul's School. Be sure to indicate in the memo field or in an accompanying letter if your gift is for the Alumni Fund, Parents Fund, the ASP, a particular capital project, or any combination thereof. If you have any questions regarding a donation by check to SPS, please call our Gifts Manager at (603) 229-4713.
Send check to:
St. Paul's School Don Paul Martin, Gifts Manager 325 Pleasant Street Concord, NH 03301
MasterCard and Visa are preferred, but SPS also gladly accepts American Express and Discover. These gifts are recognized at full value on the date that a charge is accepted by the bank. If you wish to make a credit card gift, the information you provide will be used solely for processing your gift and verifying contact information. To make a secure, online gift, please click here.
SPS happily accepts gifts of publicly traded securities. Please contact Don Paul Martin at email@example.com before you transfer shares of stock to SPS so that we can immediately identify you as the donor of those shares and therefore sell them right away and credit you in the quickest manner possible. There are two ways to transfer securities:
The preferred method of transferring securities is to do so electronically. Download this Stock Form for Donors to assist you in the process. The form contains information that your broker will need to execute the transaction, and an easy fill-in section SPS will need to properly document and administer your gift.
To send stock by mail, remit a dated but unendorsed stock certificate, a fully executed stock power form, and a letter of instruction to Don Paul Martin (address above). In order to expedite the processing of your gift, St. Paul's School should be designated on the stock power form or related instruments of transfer. Be sure to indicate if your gift is for the Alumni Fund, Parents Fund, the ASP, a particular capital project, or any combination thereof. The date of the postmark constitutes the date of the gift.
St. Paul's School cannot sell stock unless the name of the donor is stipulated. Consequently, donors cannot receive credit for "unclaimed" stock gifts. Please contact Don Paul Martin, Gifts Manager, for assistance.
Download this Wire Transfer Form for Donors to assist you in transferring a cash gift electronically. The form contains information your bank will need to transmit funds to SPS, and an easy fill-in section SPS will use to properly document and administer your gift.
You may be able to double your donation to St. Paul's School. Many employers sponsor matching gift programs to match charitable contributions made by their employees. Gifts from retirees and spouses may also qualify for a match. To find out if your company has a matching gift program, click here.
Canada Donors from Canada wishing to make a donation of CA$10,000 or more to St. Paul's School may be interested in Tides Canada Foundation. A registered public foundation in Canada, Tides Canada Foundation receives gifts of CA$10,000 and above and provides charitable tax receipts to Canadian donors. Donors in Canada who want to support St. Paul's School through Tides Canada Foundation should e-mail Rachel.Rocco@tidescanada.org for details. United Kingdom Donors from The United Kingdom may be interested in learning more about the U.K. Fund for Charities (http://www.ukfundforcharities.org/). This organization will not only provide you with a British tax receipt for your gift to St. Paul's School, they may actually increase the amount of the gift. Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for details on how to give to St. Paul's School through the U.K. Fund for Charities and to set up an account with them.
You can support St. Paul's with gifts that don't impact the way you live by designating St. Paul's School to receive estate assets in the future or by making immediate gifts to us of assets that are "out of sight and out of mind." Click here to learn more.
Did you know there's a gift to St. Paul's School that returns payments to you? Click here to learn more.
SPS Giving Recognition
To underscore the importance of all leadership gifts to St. Paul’s School and to better reflect and honor important aspects of our history, St. Paul’s has recently reorganized and renamed our gift recognition levels.
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In honor of the first Rector of St. Paul’s School, Henry Augustus Coit, and his wife, Mary.
In honor of the leadership and service of each Rector since the School’s founding in 1856.
Recognizing a generous gift “for others.”
In honor of the site where Dr. Shattuck founded this great school.
The first giving club, established in 1976 by Eighth Rector William A. Oates, recognizes the effect of loyalty and generosity on the quality of the St. Paul’s experience.
Honoring Cricket Holiday, a tradition of more than 100 years, on which the Rector guides new students on a tour of the School's woods and streams.
The ancient theme of community, forming the basis for our shared life at St. Paul's.