Severn School is a 501 (c)3 non-profit organization. Our Federal ID is 52-059-1466. Therefore, all gifts are tax deductible.
Severn School depends on, and is most appreciative of, the generosity and loyalty of our alumni, parents, past parents, grandparents, faculty, and staff to continue the tradition of excellence and independent thinking at the School.
Severn's operating revenue comes from three main sources: tuition payments, endowment income, and gifts to the School. Together the three revenue streams allow Severn to provide a signature education that is unmatched anywhere in the area. From our scenic water-front campus, to our unparalleled faculty, to our outstanding facilities, a Severn education is a special experience.
We are profoundly grateful for the gifts of time, talent, and resources given by so many in our extended community; these individuals provide vital resources to our faculty, students, and the many programs Severn offers to the young people of the student body. Severn School is a 501c3 not for profit corporation.
There are a number of ways to offer your support:
The Annual Fund
The Annual Fund is an annual fundraising campaign that provides support to the school’s budget. All members of the Severn community, including alumni, parents, parents of alumni, grandparents, and other friends of the school are asked to support this most important effort. Give online today
Planned Gifts are a mutually beneficial area of charitable giving is a way that donors can make a meaningful gift to Severn, create estate and income tax deductions, avoid capital gains on stock and real estate, while generating guaranteed income for you and your loved ones. This leadership commitment will automatically enroll you in the 1914 Society.
Severn School encourages the establishment of endowed funds to support school programs. Endowed funds may be established to support scholarship, faculty salaries and professional development, and specific academic, athletic and co-curricular programs. Many donors choose to honor or memorialize a family member, friend or faculty member through the naming of endowed funds. Click here for additional information