Giving to Village

The Village Fund

The generosity exhibited by our parents, grandparents, alumni and friends is evidence of our shared commitment to supporting an environment in which our children flourish and experience the joys of learning. Support from our community helps to make the dreams for our students a reality.

Matching Gifts

Many corporations encourage philanthropy by matching employee donations. Matching gifts can double or triple the amount of your gift. To learn more about matching gifts, visit Ways to Give.

Endowment Fund

The Village School Endowment Fund is a Board-designated, unrestricted fund that is vitally important to the continued growth and financial strength of Village School. The fund supports dynamic and innovative programs, promotes excellence in teaching, enhances financial assistance and helps to ensure the financial health and well-being of the school.

Planned Giving

Donors may wish to consider giving through such means as life insurance, bequests or charitable trusts. Planned giving may be a way to reduce estate and inheritance taxes. We encourage you to speak with your financial planner when considering any type of planned gift.

Stock Transfers/Securities

You may achieve significant tax savings by making your gift via stocks or other capital assets. If you have stocks that have appreciated, your charitable deduction may be based on the full market value on the date of the transfer. If you have stocks that have decreased in value, you may be able to take a deductible loss when you sell the stocks and donate the proceeds.

If donors would like to donate appreciated securities to the school, via transfer of stock to the school’s brokerage account, please contact Vance Ito, CFO/COO, at or at 310- 459-8411 ext. 601 for instructions.
Donor's stock broker will need this information: 
DTC Clearing 0164, Code 40
Schwab Account#: 4586-0833
Beneficiary: Village School

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    Sara Singsank 

    Director of Advancement for Community Engagement and Philanthropy