Ways to Give

Honoring the Past, Ensuring the Future

Inspire others. Make a difference in the quality of the Brimmer experience. Join a community of donors that helps Brimmer to maintain excellence today and secure a vision for the future. Gifts to Brimmer strengthen our School and support our faculty and students.

Our generous donors include current parents, parents of alumni, alumni, grandparents, trustees, faculty, staff, and friends. Annual Fund gifts provide critical support for students, faculty and programs during the current school year, while endowment gifts, capital gifts, and planned gifts provide for our future by supporting new and updated facilities as well as for endowments for financial aid, professional development, and special programs.

Brimmer’s Development Office follows the CASE (Council for Advancement and Support of Education) industry standard Donor Bill of Rights and stewards all gifts, keeping our generous donors well-informed and honoring their intentions.

Three Big Reasons Your Gift Makes a Difference

Ways to Give

Make a gift today to the Annual Fund or contact the Development Office about endowment or major gifts to support institutional priorities. Gifts may be made in recognition or memory of someone special. Giving a gift to the School will result in tax benefits.

List of 6 items.

  • Annual Fund

    These dollars are specifically used to help cover the regular yearly expenses of the school. Fundraising for the Annual Giving runs from July 1 to June 30.
  • Capital Gifts

    Capital Gifts are solicited for special needs such as building campaigns, increas edndowment, and financial aid and faculty salaries. A monetary goal is set as well as a specific time frame. Donors may pledge their gifts over a two to three year period.
  • Donate Securities

    The School has an established account at Wells Fargo Advisors.

    Before you make a donation please email or mail the following information to:
    Elizabeth Smith, Director of Development
    Brimmer and May School
    69 Middlesex Road
    Chestnut Hill, MA 02467

    • Name of Stock
    • Number of shares
    • Name of your broker
    • Allocation of gift

    Please provide your broker with the following information:
    • DTC # 0141
    • Brimmer and May School’s account # 1772-5552
    Wells Fargo Advisors
    Account representative:
    John F. Adie
    900 Elm Street, Suite 700, Manchester, NH 03101
  • Gifts-in-Kind

    Gifts-in-Kind are gifts of goods or services rather than money, for example, computers, printing, land, or a house. Receipts for this kind of gift are based on the available appraisal or on the current market price for goods or services donated.
  • The Endowment

    Endowment gifts to Brimmer and May provide ongoing support of our students and our programs. Thanks to the generosity of visionary donors over the School’s history, our endowment supports a variety of important initiatives and relieves the reliance on current operating funds.
  • Planned Giving

    You can extend and enrich the Brimmer legacy of innovation and leadership by making a planned gift to Brimmer. When you include Brimmer in your estate plan, tell us about your decision. It will be our pleasure to welcome you as a member of the Legacy Society.

Meet the Staff

List of 4 members.

  • Photo of Elizabeth Smith

    Elizabeth Smith 

    Director of Development
  • Photo of Sharin Russell

    Sharin Russell 

    Director of the Brimmer and May Annual Fund
  • Photo of Amanda Eppers

    Amanda Eppers 

    Director of Alumni Affairs and Special Events
  • Photo of Mark Sehnert

    Mark Sehnert 

    Advancement Associate
As an inclusive private school community, Brimmer welcomes students who will increase the diversity of our school. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, sex, gender, gender identity and expression, disability, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, or any other characteristic protected from discrimination under state or federal law, in the administration of our educational policies, admissions practices, financial aid decisions, and athletic and other school-administered programs.