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Ways to Give



Vermont Commons School sparks inquiry, opens minds, and readies students to become global citizens by giving them the tools to go anywhere.

Your support allows more students to have life-changing experiences at VCS, and allows VCS to grow and plan for the future.

There are many easy ways to support VCS, and all gifts are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. Donations to the Annual Fund support our mission and our operating budget, funding a wide range of activities and needs.

To support the VCS Annual Fund…

  • Donate via the PayPal link above
  • Mail a check, or drop it off in person—we would love to see you!
    75 Green Mountain Dr., South Burlington, VT 05403
  • Give via ACH (direct deposit) by contacting Amber Degn, Director of Development, at adegn@vermontcommons.org
  • Become a sustaining donor! Use the PayPal link and choose “Make this a monthly donation”
  • To make gifts of stock or other securities:

People’s Securities: 203-338-7171, press 5, ask for Peoples Securities, press 3
Acct: SGP000719
Tax ID: 043371660
DTC Clearing #: 226

Vermont Commons School
75 Green Mountain Dr.
South Burlington, VT 05403
802-865-8084
Attn: Amber Degn

In addition to the Annual Fund, VCS also maintains several funds that support specific programs and scholarships.

Planned Giving

You can help to ensure a Vermont Commons education is possible for future generations of students by making a planned gift—an arrangement in your estate plans that makes a contribution to VCS in the future. Most planned gifts include significant tax benefits that will greatly benefit your heirs. Have you included VCS in your estate plans? Let us know! Your gift will inspire others. 

For more information about supporting the mission and vision of VCS, contact Amber Degn, Director of Development, at adegn@vermontcommons.org or 802-923-6286.

Scholarship. Community. Global Responsibility.

At Vermont Commons School, our goal is to engage students with their world. We achieve this through programs and a curriculum grounded in local and global involvement.