Many Ways to GiveFor generations, the excellence of Renbrook has been funded with generous gifts of time, talent and financial support. Today, there are many ways to support the school—from simply writing a check to planning one's legacy.
Renbrook accepts Visa, Mastercard and American Express. Gifts via credit card can be made electronically by accessing our secure Online Giving Form, or over the phone by calling the Development Office at 860.236.1661.
Gifts of appreciated securites are an excellent way to make a gift to our school. Capital gains taxes are reduced or eliminated when you give securities that have increased in value and have been held for more than one year and a day. Please consult with your tax/financial advisor.
For investments that have decreased in value, donors benefit from a capital loss deduction and tax deduction if first you sell the stock, then donate the cash proceeds to Renbrook.
To facilitate the transfer of stock gifts, complete and submit to your broker the Securities Transfer Form. Or, contact the Development Office at 860.236.1661.
There are so many ways to become involved in the Renbrook community. This school thrives because of the many volunteers we have on campus, in our alumni network and within the Renbrook family. As advocates for our school, each and every volunteer gives us many hours of their precious time and undying effort, allowing Renbrook School to continue to flourish.
Parents can be involved through the Parent Association in fundraising and friend raising activities throughout the year, working with the Annual Fund, Celebrate Renbrook and committee activities which range from gardening to community service.
Alumni of all ages connect through the Alumni Association, volunteer as Class Agents for the Annual Fund, support the Legacy Society, help plan reunions and other events.
Past parents, grandparents, current and former faculty and friends support the school generously. Their dedication expresses the "sense of community within the school, and tradition of service to others" at the heart of Renbrook's mission.