Credit Card Gifts
Gifts can be made securely online by clicking “Make a Gift”, or calling 203-801-4812. St. Luke’s accepts Visa, Mastercard, and American Express.By Mail: Gifts of Cash/Check
Gifts made by cash or check should be made payable to St. Luke’s School and mailed to:
St. Luke’s School
377 North Wilton Road
New Canaan, CT 06840
If you are giving to a specific fund, please include a note or write your specific gift intention in the check memo.Gifts of Securities
To make a gift of stock or securities, please use the information in the Gifts of Securities Form
. Donors are advised to consult with their own legal, tax, and estate planning professionals when considering gifts other than cash.Wire Transfers
To electronically transfer funds please use the following information:
Bank: TD Bank, N.A.
Account Name: St. Luke’s Foundation, Inc.Donor-Advised Funds
St. Luke’s gladly accepts gifts from Donor Advised Funds and family foundations. In fact, if your DAF is with Fidelity, Schwab or Mellon, you can initiate your gift directly by clicking here
. Otherwise, please contact us
for more information.Workplace Payroll Deduction
Every company has a slightly different process for signing up to donate through payroll. Contact your human resources department for more information.Make a Pledge
A pledge demonstrates your intention to make a gift. This gift may then be fulfilled in multiple installments or in full at a later date. Pledging an amount and paying it over time may enable you to increase the size of your donation.
To make a pledge, please email Cindy Dill
, Annual Giving Director, or call (203) 801-4859.Corporate Matching Gifts
Many companies offer programs that “match” charitable contributions made by employees, employee’s spouses, or retirees. It’s a simple way to increase, if not double, the impact of your gift to St. Luke’s School. To find out if your company will match your gift to St. Luke’s, please click here
or consult your human resources department.Planned Giving
Making a bequest to St. Luke’s involves no immediate loss of capital or income, and may provide tax benefits to one’s heirs. To learn more please visit the Planned Giving pages
on our website. Donors are advised to consult with their own legal, tax, and estate planning professionals when considering gifts other than cash.