Support CSW

Ways To Give

Whether by check, credit card, securities, real estate or personal property, your gift to CSW provides key support to students and faculty. Every gift counts, and we thank you!
Cash Contribution
Direct cash gifts are the most common form of giving and can be unrestricted or designated. Gifts through the Annual Fund can be allocated to CSW’s greatest needs, scholarship, faculty or athletics. Gifts can also be restricted to a specific project, program or department. Cash gifts may be made outright or used to fund a life income vehicle; they are tax-deductible to the full extent permitted by law.

If you wish to mail your gift, please send a check made out to The Cambridge School of Weston to:

Development Office
The Cambridge School of Weston
45 Georgian Road
Weston, MA 02493

Credit Card Gift/Pledge by Phone
Call 781-642- 8645 during business hours; we’ll process your gift securely. For security reasons, please do
not leave your credit card information on voice mail or include it in an e-mail message. You can also make
your gift online 24 hours a day.

Outright gifts of appreciated securities (stocks, bonds, mutual fund shares) are tax-deductible at full fair-
market value if the donor has owned the asset for at least 12 months. To avoid capital gains taxes, you
must provide the securities themselves, not the proceeds of their sale.

Gifts of closely held stock (usually stock in a family-owned business) also carry benefits for the donor. The
stock must have been held for at least 12 months for you to claim a charitable deduction at full fair market value. If the deduction exceeds $10,000, a qualified appraisal is required for tax purposes.
IRA Transfers
If you are 70 and 6 months years of age or older, you can make a gift directly from your IRA to CSW and it
will count against your minimum required distribution.

Matching Gifts
More than 1,000 corporations, foundations and other organizations will match their employees' charitable
contributions either dollar-for- dollar, or at a ratio of 2-to- 1, 3-to- 1 or even 4-to- 1. Contact your Human
Resources Office to find out if your gift to CSW can go further with a matching gift!

To Make a Gift of Stock
A donation of securities and closely held stocks is another way to make a sizable charitable contribution to CSW, while realizing valuable tax benefits.

The necessary account information is as follows:
J.P. Morgan Clearing Corp.
One Federal Street
Boston, MA 02110

Account # at J.P. Morgan is 052-12623
DTC # is 0352
CSW's Tax ID# is 04-2103964

The school's contact person at JP Morgan is Cathleen Connors, who can be reached at 617-654-2008 or at

Payroll Deduction
CSW faculty and staff can sign up to have a gift deducted from their pay checks. Please contact The Development Office for more information. 

Domestic Wire Transfers
If you are making a gift by wire transfer to CSW, please route the transfer to:

Century Bank and Trust Company
ABA Routing #0113-0139- 0

Please provide the sending financial institute the following information pertaining to
CSW’s account held with Century Bank:

The Cambridge School of Weston Inc.
Account Number: 57732744
45 Georgian Road
Weston, MA 02493

International Wire Transfers
When a wire is being sent internationally, funds may be sent to Century Bank via
SWIFT, with the following information:

Bank Name: Century Bank & Trust Company
Address: 400 Mystic Avenue Medford, MA 02155
ABA: 011301390 (if needed)
The Cambridge School of Weston Inc.
Account Number: 57732744
45 Georgian Road
Weston, MA 02493

For Information or Assistance When Making Your Gift
Credit Card Pledge/Pledge by Phone
Gifts of Securities
781-642- 8645

Contact Us

CSW Development Office
45 Georgian Road
Weston, MA 02493

Office Hours
Monday to Friday
8 a.m. to 4 p.m. EST

For general inquiries: 
Tel: 781-642-8645

Meet Our Development Team
The Cambridge School of Weston
45 Georgian Road, Weston, MA 02493 • P. 781-642-8600
The Cambridge School of Weston is a day and boarding independent school, located near Boston, for students in grades 9-12 and PG. We offer an innovative and rigorous academic program that fosters critical thought, hands-on experiential learning and deep academic inquiry. Students choose from more than 300 courses through our unique Mod System; no two student schedules are alike.