The Knox School Annual Fund

The Knox School Annual Fund

There is no better way to have an immediate impact on Knox than to make a gift to The Knox School Annual Fund. Annual fund gifts go to work each year, every day for our students and faculty.

Your annual contributions enable the School to meet expenses not covered by tuition and endowments. Through The Annual Fund, we continually invest in resources and programs that provide current Knox students with a rich educational experience and opportunities that lead them to reach for their personal best. Unrestricted gifts are valued as they go to work immediately in the areas where they are needed most.

Strong annual giving provides the School with the solid financial foundation necessary to launch special projects that will assure the strength of Knox in the years ahead. Although every gift is valued, there are benefits and privileges associated with gifts made at a leadership level.

If you have questions regarding Annual Giving opportunities and the various donor benefits and privileges, please contact the office of development at

Ways to Give

Planned Giving and The Mary Alice Knox Society

Philanthropy is the lifeblood of our school. Giving in support of Knox for today and for the future, has an enormously positive impact on our ability to serve our students, support our faculty, enhance our programs, and make our facilities the very best they can be. People who participate in planned giving to a school like Knox tend to be passionate about a great cause and visionary in both the manner in which they want to give and in how their giving will have an important, long term impact on the institution. As members of The Mary Alice Knox Society, for The Knox School, you are committing to join an elite group of supporters who see the impact of their contributions long term. For more information, please contact the office of development at

The Knox School Mary Alice Knox Foundation

What is Planned Giving and
How Can I support?

Planned Giving allows donors to make creative arrangements between the donor and the school, allowing you to support the school while receiving tax deductions and even creating an income stream that can benefit you or loved ones. These gifts are called “Planned” because they involve an arrangement between the school and you. They require planning and counsel so that both parties receive the maximum long-term benefit from the gift. Some typical planned gifts include: