Ways to Give
Donors making such gifts directly to the school are able to designate to which of the five Oakwood Annual Giving Funds they would like to contribute. They may also elect to leave this selection up to the school by choosing "Greatest Needs" and the school will then determine how the funds will be used. Unless otherwise restricted by the donor, all donated funds go to benefit Annual Giving.
Donations to Oakwood are very much appreciated. As a not-for-profit, public-benefit corporation, Oakwood relies on the generosity of supporters to enhance the school and help it fulfill its mission for the benefit of its students, their families and the Oakwood Community. Because of Oakwood's designation as a 501(c)(3) by the IRS, donors may also benefit from their donation by receiving tax deductions by reporting their donations when filing their tax returns. (Donors should contact their tax advisor for specific tax related questions.)
See below for the various methods available to make a donation to the school are listed. Any questions about Oakwood fundraising can be directed to the Community Development Director at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To make a donation online please complete our secure online donation form.
To make a donation in person, please print the donation form above and drop your donation off at the front desk.
To make a donation by mail, please print the donation form and mail it to: Oakwood, Attn: Oakwood Giving, 105 John Wilson Way, Morgan Hill, CA 95037
Donations can be made by calling the Oakwood Development Office at (408) 782-7177 x245.
Oakwood is active in its fundraising efforts which are supported by the Parent Service Auxiliary. There are several ways that families can donate to Oakwood.
Unlike most other schools, all funds donated to Oakwood go to enhancing the school and its programs, not to pay for the school base operations. All donated funds (unless otherwise restricted by the donor) go to one of the five funds of the Oakwood Annual Giving Funds.
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