How to Give

Carolina Day School is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit. Gifts are tax-deductible as allowed by law.

Cash: You may write a check to CDS for the entire amount of your gift. Or, you may make a pledge and pay in monthly or quarterly installments until the June 30 campaign year-end. If you would like to pay in installments, you will be mailed reminders. For a pledge envelope, email the Advancement OfficeMake checks payable to Carolina Day School and send to Carolina Day School, Attn: Advancement Office, 1345 Hendersonville Road, Asheville, North Carolina 28803.

Credit Card: You may charge your gift to your Visa or MasterCard or authorize a monthly or quarterly charge to your account. To make a one-time credit card gift, click here. To set up credit card payments for a pledge, email the Advancement Office.

Pledge: Email the Advancement Office with your name and pledge amount or make a pledge online. All pledges received online, by email, or by mail are counted as an official pledge.

Securities: A gift of stocks or bonds can be beneficial to you. You can receive a charitable deduction of the full fair-market value of the securities. Carolina Day School’s account is with Wells Fargo Advisors. To make a stock transfer, you simply have to contact Molly Whatley at Wells Fargo Advisors (828) 255-4920 or (800) 929-0973. Our DTC number is 0141 and the Carolina Day School account number is 2130-0672.

Matching Gifts: Some corporations will match an employee’s gift. Any matching gift will be combined with yours to determine the giving level at which you will receive recognition. Often companies ask for the recipient organization’s Federal Tax Identification Number (EIN). CDS’s is 56-0125490.

Make a Gift

A gift of any size has a tremendous impact. Everyone chooses an amount that is meaningful for them, and each gift is powerful. 


"I give because I'm always grateful for the friends, both old and new, that the boys have made. And the atmosphere at CDS of wanting to learn and experiment, without fear of being made fun of or fear of failure, is one of the greatest gifts that CDS gives our children."

—Jennifer Bock, Parent of Carson '15 and Spencer '17

 

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