Supporting Bank Street

Ways of Giving

Here are ways of giving to Bank Street

  • Online

    Make a gift to Bank Street using a debit or credit card, and to save or print out a receipt for your gift.

  • Check

    Personal checks payable to Bank Street College are a popular way to contribute. Use the memo line of your check to designate your gift for a specific fund, initiative, or event, such as the School for Children Annual Fund, the Graduate School Annual Fund, or the Bankstreet Annual Fund.

    Mail your check to:

    Office of Institutional Advancement
    Bank Street College
    610 West 112th Street
    New York, NY, 10025

  • Securities

    The tax benefits of making a gift of appreciated securities may be two-fold: Avoid capital-gains taxes and receive a deduction for the transferred stock's full market value.

    Broker: Michael Dabulis, Neuberger Berman

    Phone: 212-476-5717
    Fax: 212-476-9095
    DTC number: 0352
    J.P. Morgan Clearing Corporation account number: 54120438
    Bank Street Tax ID: 13-5562167

    For more information and to assure that your gift is properly recognized and credited, contact Charles Babian, 212-875-4604.

    Please indicate the name of the stock you are giving, the number of shares, and to what fund you would like to give (e.g. The Bank Street Annual Fund, the Graduate School Annual Fund, or the School for Children Annual Fund).

    Please note: The transfer of Mutual Funds is not DTC eligible. To make a gift of Mutual Funds, please contact our office with the name of the fund and number of shares to obtain a brokerage account and full bin numbers. To guarantee your transfer of Mutual Funds for end of calendar year receipt, please make your transfer prior to December 1 of the year in which you require tax credit.

  • Matching Gifts

    If you or your spouse works for a company that participates in corporate matching, your contribution to Bank Street may be doubled or even tripled. Please contact your employer’s human resources office for information on how you can participate in their matching program.

    For more information contact:

    School for Children Annual Fund: Tiffani Harris, 212-961-3386

    Graduate School Annual Fund and Bank Street Annual Fund: Caitlin Terry, 212-961-3331

  • Planned Gifts

    Planned giving helps ensure Bank Street’s future financial security. Many donors can make a gift to Bank Street through deferred giving. Deferred gifts are trust funds from which income is paid to the donor during his or her lifetime, with the principal paid to Bank Street after his or her death. Donors enjoy full tax benefits while making lasting contributions to Bank Street. Bank Street greatly encourages and appreciates future gifts made through one’s estate. These planned gifts are assets of the College and can be considered in the long-term planning of financial support. There are also many ways to use a life insurance policy to make a gift to Bank Street. Please consult with your attorney or other appropriate professionals when considering a planned gift.

    In appreciation of your planned gift, you will be recognized as a member of The Lucy Sprague Mitchell Society

    For more information, contact Linda Reing

  • Honoring Someone Special

    A gift to Bank Street in honor of a student, teacher or advisor is a wonderful way to commemorate a special occasion. Gifts may also be made in memory of a friend or loved one.  You may also designate a gift in honor or memory of someone through our Online Giving [link] option or by sending a check to:

    Office of Institutional Advancement
    Bankstreet College
    610 West 112th Street
    New York, NY 10025

    Make sure to include the name of the person you wish to honor or remember, and the name and address of the person you would like us to advise of your gift.

    For more information, contact Kristin Conklin, 212-961-3327.

  • Other Ways to Give

    Bank Street welcomes in-kind gifts to support specific programs and services. Gifts of tangible property may provide an immediate tax deduction for the donor. Opportunities also arise to underwrite the costs associated with specific College events and initiatives. For more information, contact Kristin Conklin, 212-961-3327