The Annual Fund campaign happens every fall to support our students. Tuition alone does not cover the full cost of a Spruce Street School education. Like most independent schools, the school relies on the community to maintain diverse programs, unique educational opportunities and its commitment to financial aid. The school is grateful for its faculty, staff, alumni, students, parents, grandparents, family members and trustees who together raise the needed funds to keep the school thriving. Last year we raised more than $170,000 in generous gifts from individuals.
Pledges are due by November 17. Gifts and pledge payments are due by June 16. We happily accept securities and matching funds. For more information please contact the Development Office .
Julie Marl, Parent of Harry ‘22
To give to the 2021-22 annual fund, click the button below.
Payments by check, ACH, cash and credit card are also accepted.
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Help Plan for Spruce Street School’s Future
Planned giving is practical for many families, not just those with the greatest wealth. These avenues for giving allow Spruce Street School to safely plan for the future while ensuring a lasting legacy. Planned gifts often require assistance from your professional financial advisor. These gifts typically come from assets in your estate rather than disposable income, and typically come to maturity upon your death.
Ways to Give:
- Charitable Remainder Trust
- Charitable Lead Trust
- Endowment Gift
- IRA Charitable Rollover
- Life Insurance Policies
- Memorial and Tribute Gifts
- Real Estate
- Retirement Plan Assets
Please discuss with your professional financial advisor to learn how to support Spruce Street School’s future with a planned gift, or contact the Development Office.
Spruce Street School relies on volunteers to support a broad range of projects. We ask our new families to tell us their skills, interests and passions so that we can call on them to help us. Parents volunteer to do things like plan events, chaperone trips, read to students, provide snacks, fundraise, maintain our facilities and work on the Board of Trustees or in committees- just to name a few!