Philanthropy supports many different areas of the school, from the care of our beautiful campus and updated technology, to teacher professional development and program materials, to financial aid and athletics and much more.
In the classroom, on the field, in the theater, and on dorm, the Westtown Fund supports our students with unparalleled opportunities to expand their intellectual and personal growth. Westtown prepares our students - from Primary Circle to the senior class - to be stewards and leaders of a better world. The impact of the Westtown Fund is seen in our excellent faculty, our innovative programs, our beautiful campus and above all else, in every student, every day.
Making a gift to create or add to an endowed fund provides a critical and meaningful resource to Westtown for the school to use now and in the future. Donors may create an endowed fund or give to a current fund such as the Kassemeyer Full Access Fund, the Faith and Practice Funds, or to an endowed fund of their choice.
Many classes are interested in making a special gift to Westtown in honor of their reunion. A class' reunion gift - to be publicized during Alumni/ae/x Weekend - is the total of all gifts made to the Westtown Fund in the fiscal year (July 1-June 30) of the reunion. All classes celebrating milestone reunions are asked to make a special effort to support the Westtown Fund during their reunion years. Classes celebrating their 50th reunion may make a capital gift to the school for a special project or endowed fund.
Westtown is thankful to the foresight of dedicated alumni/ae/x and friends whose planned gifts provide resources that create extraordinary opportunities for future students and faculty. With thoughtful planning you can create win-win solutions for you and Westtown School.
- Receive lifetime income
- Give stock and realize large savings
- Make a gift that costs you nothing
- Create opportunities to pass more on to your heirs
Westtown provides a range of philanthropic opportunities for businesses to financially support our students. Each partnership builds Westtown's resources and markets the charitable support to potential clients.
Turn your Pennsylvania tax dollars into transformative scholarships for Westtown students.
The Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) program allows businesses and individuals who operate and pay taxes in Pennsylvania to redirect a portion of their tax liability to Westtown School as a philanthropic gift for financial aid.