Challenging girls to become women of 
intellect, character, innovation, action, and faith

Ways To Give

There are many ways to make a tax deductible gift to Newton. No matter which method you choose, your support is deeply appreciated. 


Newton accepts Visa, MasterCard, and American Express through our secure online giving portal. Make your gift online. Due to processing fees, a $10 minimum gift is appreciated.

Check or Cash

Checks should be made payable to Newton Country Day School. Gifts by check or cash can be sent directly to: 

Development Office
Newton Country Day School
785 Centre St.
Newton, MA 02458


Call the Development Office with your pledge intention. Your pledge will be recorded upon receipt and you will receive an acknowledgement from the school. All pledges must be paid by June 30.


Call the Development Office at (617) 244-4246 x4711 to make a pledge or credit card gift over the phone, request a giving envelope, or for instructions on how to donate securities. 


We will gladly accept a gift of securities. Stock held in brokerage or bank account can be transferred electronically to the school's account by your broker/banker.

Please fill out our Notification of Intended Stock Gift form here.
If you have any questions, please contact Elena Loukas P'05, Director of Development at or call (617) 559-4733.


Venmo is a mobile payment service owned by PayPal. It allows users to transfer money between one another using a mobile phone app or web interface. Give via Venmo here or search @ncds1880 within your Venmo app. Due to processing fees, a $5 minimum gift is required.

IRA Charitable Rollover

Newton Country Day School alumnae and friends who have reached age 70.5 can take advantage of charitable IRA distributions each year. A direct transfer of up to $100,000 from an individual retirement account to Newton Country Day School does not incur federal income tax and can be counted toward an individual's Required Minimum Distribution each year. These gifts do not qualify for a charitable deduction. For more information, please contact Elena Loukas P'05, Director of Development at (617) 559-4733.

Recurring Gift

There are two ways to set up a recurring gift; using your credit card through our secure giving form or through your bank's Online Bill Pay. Learn more about our Recurring Gift Program. 

Donor-Advised Fund

A donor-advised fund (DAF) is a charitable giving program that allows you to combine tax benefits while supporting the School. 

Matching Gifts

Many companies match charitable contributions. Matching gifts can double or even triple the size of your gift. To find out if your employer has a matching gift program, contact your Human Resources Department.


Planned Giving

In 1993, Newton Country Day School established the Founders' Society to recognize those who remember the School in their estate plans. The following are the two most common ways to support NCDS in your estate plans:

  • Bequests - A charitable bequest through your will is one of the simplest ways to make a gift to Newton Country Day School. Bequests may be a percentage of your estate, a specific dollar amount, or a gift of personal property. You may support areas important to you at the School or provide an unrestricted gift that will be used in Newton's best interest.
  • Beneficiary designations - By naming Newton Country Day School as a full or partial beneficiary of your life insurance policy, IRA, 401(k), or other qualified plan, you will have a significant impact on Newton's future as well as have the asset pass to the School tax free.

Learn more about Planned Giving. 


Throughout the academic year, there are multiple ways to become involved with the school. Time commitment varies; from as little as an hour to a deeper dedication of time. For more information, parents should contact Director of Development Elena Loukas P'05 at (617) 559-4733. Alumnae should contact Director of Alumnae Relations Amanda Power '07 at (617) 559-4731.

The most valuable gift a young girl can be given is the courage and confidence to be herself, and there is no place that instills this self-assurance as successfully as Newton Country Day. ”Christina Neckerman ’15, Harvard University '19