Update #2 - 6 months ago
Willistonian advisor Matt Liebowitz encourages student journalists to meet the moment with incisive reporting—telling important stories of these unusual times from their perspective. Read the latest edition here!
Matt Liebowitz, English teacher and advisor to The Willistonian
Posted on Monday, December 14th, 2020, 2:15 pm ESTSee all updates
Every year, gifts to the Williston Northampton Fund go to work immediately, directly supporting the people and programs that make a Williston Northampton School education transformative. This year, the school has already invested more than $2.3 million to promote a healthy and safe environment and an inclusive community. When you make your gift, you can help us Meet the Moment and support an area that is most meaningful to you: academic life; arts; athletics; diversity, equity, and inclusion; and financial aid (if undesignated it will go to our greatest need). Williston’s fiscal year runs from July 1, 2020 to June 30, 2021, and our EIN is 04-1975990. For additional information on giving by appreciated securities, by wire transfer, donor-advised fund, or IRA, please visit www.williston.com/waystogive. You can also give by Venmo, or apply for a matching gift from your participating company to double your impact. Thank you for your support!
Update #1 - 6 months ago
Make your gift before December 31!
Did you know that under the CARES Act passed last spring, you can deduct up to $300 for cash contributions to Williston, even if you don’t itemize? This is an above-the-line contribution that is deducted prior to the calculation of your adjusted gross income. Even if you take the standard deduction, you can claim this additional tax benefit by supporting Williston, and lower your taxes. Gifts postmarked by December 31 or made online by 11:59 p.m. on December 31 are eligible. Thank you in advance for your support and happy holidays!
Posted on Monday, December 14th, 2020, 2:04 pm EST
In honor of Debbie Davis, Exec Advancement AssistantMs Davis helped me find an important Williston Northampton commencement address by Barry Moser. I am grateful.
In honor of Archibald Hepworth