Guide to Giving


The New Amsterdam School, like virtually all non-profit independent schools, relies on a combination of tuition and fundraising revenue to support its daily operations. Charitable, tax-deductible gifts help us to minimize tuition increases, contribute to our tuition assistance program, support faculty professional development, and enable the school to thrive.

Our successful fundraising program is all possible due to our incredible community.  Faculty, parents, alumni families, and friends come together to make amazing things happen for our school.  Their generous donation of time, talent, and financial resources enable us to provide a Waldorf curriculum and remain accessible to families of many different economic circumstances.  Community defines us and enables us to foster a new generation of thoughtful, socially responsible students, who will one day make our world a better place to live. See our 2018-19 Guide to Giving to learn how you can be involved in supporting New Amsterdam.




Please take a moment to reflect upon what this education means to you and your family and consider making a gift to The New Amsterdam School. Your investment in Waldorf education is a demonstration of your belief in our children and your hope for our future.


If you’re interested in a giving a stock donation to New Amsterdam School, please use the information below and direct any questions to Donors are required to sign an authorization with their broker to donate stocks.


ACCOUNT #: 850-03505

DTC #: 8862

TAX ID: 26-2407285


How can you help New Amsterdam continue to grow and thrive? Read our guide to NAS Giving Circles, volunteerism, endowment funds, and other ways to give. 

We are deeply thankful for your generous support of New Amsterdam in the 2017-2018 school year. It went a long way, as you can read about in our Annual Report.


We thank our major sponsors and donors, including:


The New Amsterdam School is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt public charity with tax ID 26-2407285. We admit students of any race, color, national, and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school.