Why We Need Your Support
Neighborhood House — like all public schools — is funded in large part by per pupil tuition reimbursements received from the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE). Each school year, however, a funding gap exists. There is a $1,400 per scholar gap between the funding received from the State, and the true cost of a Neighborhood House education. We rely on the generosity of the philanthopric community to bridge this gap each school year. We thank you for your continued support!
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Please make your gift check payable to
Neighborhood House Charter School Foundation
NHCS Development Office
21 Queen Street
Dorchester, MA 02122
If you have a DAF through Fidelity Charitable, BNY Mellon Charitable Gift Fund, or Schwab Charitable, you can recommend NHCS for a grant from your Donor Advised Fund (DAF) through DAF Direct. Making grant making as easy as the click of a button, below! Note, navigating to DAF Direct will take you from the NHCS website and to a 3rd party site.
Transferring appreciated marketable securities is an excellent way to support Neighborhood House’s educational mission and receive double tax benefits, including:
- A charitable income tax deduction based on the full fair market value of the securities; and
- Avoidance of the capital gains tax otherwise due upon the sale of the appreciated stock, bonds, ETF’s or mutual funds.
If you would like to transfer non-marketable securities, contact Janice Cooper, Director of Development, at .
What is the Neighborhood House Charter School Foundation?
The Neighborhood House Charter School Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization (EIN # 04-3462888), that supports the function and operations of the Neighborhood House Charter School. Funds raised by the NHCS Foundation support programs to enhance the academic and social emotional supports for NHCS scholars. Donations to benefit Neighborhood House Charter School must be made to the NHCS Foundation.
For additional information, please contact Janice Cooper, Director of Development, .