Each year we rely on contributions from our community in order to advance our school’s mission and sustain the level of excellence in our classrooms. Whether you choose to donate your time, talent, or through a financial gift, every level of support is appreciated and directly impacts the quality of each child’s educational experience.
Contributions from our donors provide additional resources for faculty and staff professional development, campus improvement, financial aid, and other priorities to maintain a world-class learning environment. Each gift is an investment in the future of the Gardner School.
You may prefer to have your gift spread over a number of months, and we are happy to accommodate that. To initiate this monthly option just let us know of your wishes by calling Melinda DiCillo at 360-574-5752.
Many civic-minded employers match their employees’ charitable gifts to qualified organizations. This is a wonderful way to maximize the philanthropic power of your gift to The Gardner School. For additional details about your employer’s matching gift program benefits and restrictions, it is often best to ask your human resources office.
Gifts by Credit Card
You may make a credit card gift through on this website or by calling Melinda DiCillo at 360-574-5752.
Gifts by Check
Writing a personal check is a simple way to make a gift. Checks should be made out to The Gardner School and mailed to:
The Gardner School
16413 NE 50th Avenue
Vancouver, WA 98686
Gifts of Stock
Donors to Gardner may also make gifts in the form of appreciated marketable securities. This is one of the most attractive methods of giving because of the substantial tax advantages.
Questions? Please contact Melinda Dicillo at firstname.lastname@example.org or 360-574-5752.
The Gardner School is incorporated as a nonprofit organization, governed by a board of trustees. As an independent school, Gardner receives no tax or religious support. All gifts to Gardner are tax-deductible as allowable by law. The school will send a receipt acknowledging your gift. It is advisable to keep this receipt for tax purposes.