The Annual Fund directly supports the daily learning environment at Bement, and each student benefits from every dollar. It is a vital component of Bement, as it is used each year to help cover all institutional costs and pay for our operating expenses.
Annual Fund donations allow us to continue to offer the type of programs that make a Bement education so special. Take pride in our school, and please consider supporting Bement through a contribution to our Annual Fund 2013-2014. We’re relying on you!
You can help us reach our 2013-2014 goal of $330,000.00 by making your online donation today.
We accept cash, check, credit card, matching gifts, bequests, and stock gifts. Checks may be made out and mailed to: The Bement School, P.O. Box 8, Deerfield, MA 01342.
Gifts in Memory of Thomas Brown
A member of our community, Thomas James Brown, father of Julie Bete-Brown in fourth grade and former partner of Jennifer Bete, passed away on Tuesday April 15, 2014. In lieu of flowers, Tom had previously requested donations be made to the Fox Family Scholarship Fund.
The Fox Family Scholarship Fund, established in 1999 by a gift from John and Gretchen Fox PTT, P’86 ‘88, supports financially deserving students who represent diversity at Bement, providing them with the opportunity to participate in all activities and services offered at the school.
If you would like to make a donation to this fund in Tom’s memory, please click on the link below or mail a check to: The Bement School Fox Fund, P.O. Box 8, Deerfield, MA 01342.
Contributions to this fund support Bement's boarding program and our beautiful new dorms. These new buildings embody every value held dear at Bement. Living and learning as a family is a core value. We can’t be Bement without it.The generosity of an initial group of donors enabled us to move forward, break ground, and complete this crucial building project at Bement. We continue to seek financial support for the Building Community campaign to complete the funding of this project. Won’t you consider supporting our boarding community in this meaningful way?