Today, philanthropic support is critical to ensuring our students have the resources needed to reach their full potential
Make Your Difference
As the cost of educating a child with autism continues to skyrocket, we must now look to parents, family members, staff, friends, foundations and corporate partners in an effort to maintain our mission and make sure our students receive the high quality education they deserve.
Charitable support has a direct impact on our students’ lives by filling their immediate needs and ensuring the ongoing availability of the resources they require to continue to grow and prosper.
Whether you make a donation or increase awareness of our work by hosting an event on our behalf, everyone has the opportunity to Make a Difference in the life of a child with autism.
League School of Greater Boston is a recognized 501c3 non-profit organization. Maximize your charitable deduction and deliver immediate benefits by sending a gift made payable to League School or by making a secure gift online by clicking HERE.
If you consider our Monthly Giving Program, you can make a larger commitment by spreading your support out over the course of the year.
Double your impact by checking to see if your employer offers a “charitable match” where they will match the contributions of their employees.
Honoring a loved one through a charitable gift is an especially meaningful way of paying tribute to someone special.
Gifts may commemorate a special event in your family’s, or friends’ lives, such as birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, or retirements. A tribute gift can also be an appropriate memorial for someone who has passed away.
There are a number of non-traditional ways to make a donation in support of League School as well. Gifting stock or securities is simple and offers a number of valuable financial benefits to the donor. Or a planned gift ensures the needed support while simultaneously providing substantial tax savings.
A Gift-In-Kind is a contribution of goods or services that can be used to advance our mission, or can be readily converted to cash and may qualify as a charitable deduction for the person(s) making the gift.
Create a legacy today with a gift that links your name to the very important mission of helping children with autism reach their full potential.
By choosing to name a space at the League School of Greater Boston you are linking your name, or that of a loved one, to innovative and meaningful learning experiences that take place every day. Naming and funding opportunities are available at many levels.
Both fundraising and cultivation events provide League School with opportunities to promote our mission to various constituencies in the community at large, to encourage a social rapport among our families and friends, and to raise significant financial support for our highly specialized programs and services. By hosting an event on our behalf you will be helping extend our network in a manner that is of interest to you.
League to recognize our Champions on May 2nd
On Wednesday, May 2nd, League School of Greater Boston will come together to recognize those who have made an impact in our community and beyond. Join us in honoring our Champions while supporting increased social, educational and employment opportunities for students with autism.
League School is proud to recognize this year’s honorees:
The Vetstein Award – Greg Susco, Telamon Insurance
Community Leadership Award – Dedham Institution for Savings
The Director’s Award – James V. Major, maaps
CLICK HERE to be a part of this event. With questions or for more information, please contact Tim McCabe, Head of Development, at 508-850-3900, ext. 313; or email@example.com.
Throughout the year, a number of needs arise for our students and teachers. We’ve compiled a list of those needs and with your support we can fill them. Check out the list and see where your donation can make the largest impact.
The Dedham Institution for Savings Foundation donated $5,000 to League School of Greater Boston to enhance the school’s nutritional education and adaptive physical education programs.
For children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), the benefits of physical activity and nutrition are critical in leading productive lives. Research has demonstrated that increased aerobic exercise can significantly decrease the frequency of negative behaviors while helping develop delayed motor skills: both are common characteristics found in children with ASD. League School of Greater Boston has committed to addressing the nutritional and adaptive physical education needs of students on two fronts: by implementing a nutritional education component into the Culinary Arts Program and by investing in new fitness equipment that allows all of our students to participate in adaptive physical education.
Thank you, Dedham Institution for Savings for your continued support of our students!