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Ways to Give


Gifts of cash are the most common form of support to Dana Hall. Checks should be made payable to Dana Hall School and sent directly to: Advancement Office, Dana Hall School, 45 Dana Rd., P.O. Box 9010 Wellesley, MA 02482.

Securities/Stock Gifts

If you wish to make a gift of securities, please have your broker contact our Director of Annual Giving at (781) 489-1366. These easy instructions should help you with the stock transfer process.

Credit Cards

The use of VISA and MasterCard for making contributions to Dana Hall saves the School time, since no pledge reminders need to be sent. Call (781) 489-1364 to make a gift by telephone or make a gift today.


You may send your pledge directly to the Advancement Office. Your pledge will be recorded upon receipt and you will receive an acknowledgment from the school. All pledges must be paid by June 30.

Memorial Gifts

Each year Dana Hall receives many gifts in memory of classmates, loved ones, etc. When memorial gifts are received, the Advancement Office notifies the family member(s) of the deceased. Memorial gifts can be directed to the Dana Fund, endowed funds or capital projects.

Wire Transfer

If you wish to make a wire transfer, please follow these instructions. Contact our Director of Annual Giving at (781) 489-1366 with any questions.

Donor Advised Fund Electronic Request

A donor advised fund (DAF) is a charitable giving program that allows you to combine tax benefits while supporting Dana Hall. DAF Direct allows you to quickly and easily donate grants electronically. Give now with DAF Direct

Corporate Matching Gifts

Many employers offer matching gift programs and will match any charitable contributions made by their employees. To find out if your organization will match gifts made to Dana Hall, please enter the employers name in the box below:

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