The School for Children is grateful for your support of our students, faculty and staff, and school community. Since its inception, the School for Children has been dedicated to providing children with meaningful opportunities to learn, grow, and reach their full potential. Today, our mission is more critical than ever before.

With your generosity, the School for Children is poised to innovate and adapt to whatever challenges arise in our ever-changing world. Your gifts directly support our commitment to empowering students to become lifelong learners. No matter the size, a gift will make both an immediate and long-lasting impact on the student experience at Bank Street. All gifts to the School for Children are acknowledged in the Annual Report by giving level.

We thank you for your continued support!

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School for Children Annual Fund

The School for Children Annual Fund is the cornerstone of all giving that supports critical operational expenses and facility improvements, faculty recruitment, and financial aid for families, as well as our COVID-19 response. As a parent, alumni, or friend of Bank Street, your gift makes a meaningful, immediate impact on the student experience and enriches our school programming.
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1916 Giving Society

The 1916 Giving Society recognizes donors of every constituency—parents, alumni, faculty and staff, and friends—who make annual gifts of $1,916 or more. Named in honor of Bank Street’s founding year, your contribution plays an essential role in sustaining our mission as articulated by Bank Street founder Lucy Sprague Mitchell: “to build a better society through education.”
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Ways to Give

Alumni, parents, and friends of Bank Street can support our community by making a gift in many different ways. Whether you donate by contributing online or mailing a check, making a gift of securities, or in other ways, your gift directly supports our mission and commitment to progressive education.
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