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Thank you for your interest in supporting The Browning School and its mission.

Giving to Browning is an investment that preserves the ideals upon which the School was established in 1888. Our mission is sustained and enhanced by the generosity of our loyal supporters – alumni, current and past parents, grandparents, faculty, and friends – and builds upon the advancements that have followed in pursuit of honesty, curiosity, dignity, and purpose.

Annual Giving

The Annual Fund is the foundation of The Browning School’s fundraising efforts. We strive for full participation from the greater Browning community.

Each year, the Annual Fund provides crucial support to fund the gap between tuition and the actual cost of a Browning education. Annual Fund contributions account for over 10% of the annual operating budget, providing essential unrestricted operating income.

Your annual support enables the School to maintain its commitment to excellence and has an immediate and powerful impact, allowing Browning’s dedicated teachers to continue to inspire our boys.

We ask all members of the Browning community to contribute to the Annual Fund every year. High donor participation is a testament to how highly valuable a Browning education is to our students, alumni, and families. Every gift, at any level, makes an impact and is a continued vote of confidence in Browning.

Office of Institutional Advancement

Bobbi Mark, Chief Advancement Officer

(212) 935-4238

Caroline E. Axelrod, Director of Alumni Affairs 

(212) 256-1175

Stephanie H. Ferro, Major Gifts Officer 

(646) 844-2605

Krizia Moreno-Cruz, Manager of Advancement Services

(646) 844-2608

Soo Mi Thompson, Senior Director of Annual Giving 

(212) 256-1081

Thank you for your generous support!


The Browning School has temporarily expanded the scope of our Annual Fund to include emergency community support and increased tuition assistance. You will be able to direct your Annual Fund donation to the following priorities:

  • Athletics and Student Life

  • Emergency Community Support and Tuition Assistance

  • Faculty Support

  • Financial Aid

  • Music and Visual Arts

  • Unrestricted Support

Please click here to make your gift now.


 

Annual Giving Categories

 
 

Henry Luce III '42 Fellow
($50,000 and above)

Charles W. Cook '38 Circle
($25,000 to $49,999)

1888 Society
($15,000 to $24,999)

John A. Browning Benefactor
($10,000 to $14,999)

Second Century League
($5,000 to $9,999)

Grytte guild
($2,500 to $4,999)

Third century association
($1,000 to $2,499)

Sponsor Alliance
($500 to $999)

red door supporter
(up to $500)

Young Alumni Giving Society:
Classes of 2011-2015 ($250 and above)
Classes of 2016-2020 ($100 and above)

 
 
Make a Gift
 

Ways To Give

 

BY CREDIT CARD

Give online with your credit card.

You may also call the Advancement Office at (212) 256-1081 with your credit card information.


BY Wire Transfer

To make a donation electronically, please remit to:

JP Morgan Chase
Swift Code: CHASUS33
ABA Number: 021000021
Account: 863980256

BY CHECK

Please mail your gift to:

The Browning School
Office of Institutional Advancement
52 East 62nd Street
New York, NY 10065

BY STOCK

A gift of appreciated securities that you have held for more than one year may be an economic way to give.

To make a stock gift, please contact Krizia Moreno-Cruz at (646) 844-2608 with the name of the stock and the number of shares you are gifting to the School. Please supply the information below to the broker handling the stock transfer:

Broker: The Vanguard Group
DTC #: 0062
Account #: 48545219
Contact: Arlene B. Pine (610) 669-7284


 Planned Giving

The John A. Browning Society

Named after The Browning School’s first Headmaster, who served Browning from 1888 to 1920, the John A. Browning Society recognizes and honors those members of the Browning community who have thoughtfully included  The Browning School in their estate planning, either through a bequest, charitable trust, retirement plan or insurance policy.      

These types of charitable gifts will benefit the School well into the future without impacting current financial security and will likely also provide possible tax benefits.

Gifts by Will and Living Trusts

Charitable gifts through your will are among the easiest ways to make significant future gifts.

How it works:

  • You include a bequest provision in your will or revocable trust.
  • At your death, The Browning School receives the bequest you specified, which can be a dollar amount or a percentage of your estate.

    Benefits
  • You may change your bequest or trust designation at any time.
  • You control the funding property during your lifetime.
  • Your bequest or trust designation may be eligible for a tax deduction by your estate.
  • You provide financial resources for the Browning School.

Beneficiary Accounts

Your retirement accounts, life insurance policies, or savings and investment accounts are very likely a significant portion of your net worth. Because of special tax considerations, they could make an excellent choice for funding a charitable gift by naming the Browning School as a beneficiary of an account.

How it works:

  • You name the Browning School as a beneficiary for part or all of your retirement-plan benefits, life insurance policies, or savings and investment accounts.
  • Funds are transferred by the plan administrator at your death.

    Benefits
  • Your bequest or trust designation may be eligible for a tax deduction by your estate.
  • You make a significant gift The Browning School.

The information presented is not intended as legal, financial, or tax advice. Please consult your professional advisor to discuss your specific situation.

Report of Giving

This 2019-2020 Report of Giving honors the generosity of the Browning community. Thank you to our alumni, current parents, past parents, grandparents, faculty, staff, and friends who contributed to the 2019-2020 Annual Fund. Thank you also to the dedicated volunteers who helped us to achieve these results. Your participation and support are invaluable and enable Browning to give our boys the education they deserve.

John Botti, Ph.D.
Head of School



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