At Marymount, we are committed to ensuring every student's growth intellectually, spiritually, socially and physically. Delivering on our mission is helped made possible through the incredible generosity of individuals, foundations and corporations who choose to invest in us. By supporting Marymount you help create a lasting impact on our students' educational experiences, helping them to grow into successful, innovative global citizens.
- Is my gift tax deductible?
- What is the Annual Fund?
- Do you accept "Matching" or Corporate donations?
- I'd like my gift to go to a specific area or initiative.
Tax deductible in France
Gifts made in euros to Marymount International School, Paris are tax deductible to the full extent of French law. Tax receipts will be sent out after your donation has been received.
Tax deductible in the United States
Gifts made in dollars to the Benefactors of Marymount are tax deductible to the full extent of US law. Tax receipts will be sent out after your donation has been received.
The Annual Fund helps to enable us to maintain a high standard of academic excellence by providing crucial funds that supplement our operating budget and directly benefit our students and teachers. Every gift makes a difference and makes a Marymount education accessible to as many talented students as possible. The Annual Fund directly supports curriculum enhancements and educational resources, and donors are welcome to specify the areas of curriculum they wish to support. Your Annual Fund donations are applied immediately and directly to the area of the curriculum or a current project that you would like.
Individual giving can be complemented by corporate gifts. Many companies will match gifts made by parents, alumni or even retirees. Corporations and foundations base their decisions in part on demonstrated support within the school community itself. Please ask your employer if they offer a matching gift program. If they do, please contact us for more information.
For more information on giving, please contact:
Kate des Places, External Relations Director