Support A-S

Ways to Give

Ways to Give

We are grateful to the many families and donors who choose to support Allen-Stevenson. Our fiscal year runs from July 1 to June 30, and below are the ways you can make a gift to A-S.

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  • + Make a Gift Online

    Click Here to give through our secure online giving form.
  • + Checks

    We are grateful for donors who choose to give by check, thus eliminating the credit card processing fee to Allen-Stevenson. Donors should make checks payable to The Allen-Stevenson School and list Annual Fund in the memo line.

    Please send checks to:
    The Allen-Stevenson School
    Attn: Development Office
    132 East 78th Street
    New York, NY 10075
  • + Securities and Wire Transfers

    We gladly accept gifts of appreciated securities and wire transfers. Donors who give long-term appreciated securities can deduct the full fair market value of the securities, without paying capital gains taxes.

    For detailed instructions on making a stock gift or a wire transfer, please contact Liz Roberts at lroberts@allen-stevenson.org or (212) 933-5238.
  • + Matching Gifts

    Click Here to find out if your company has a matching gift policy. Many employers sponsor matching gift programs and will match any charitable contribution made by their employees, maximizing the impact of your gift to Allen-Stevenson.
  • + Recurring Gifts

    Click Here to make a monthly recurring gift online.

    You can stop or adjust your gift at any time by calling 212-933-5238.
  • + Venmo

    Allen-Stevenson is now on Venmo and can be found by searching The Allen-Stevenson School or @Allen-Stevenson. We encourage our Young Alumni to make use of this new payment method, but ask that our leadership donors continue to use our other giving methods.
  • + Planned Giving

    There is no more meaningful or transformational gift to a school than a planned gift. Click here to learn more about legacy gifts at Allen-Stevenson and our Founders Society, honoring those in our community who have made this commitment.


Allen-Stevenson’s distinctive “enlightened traditional” approach educates boys to become scholars and gentlemen.