Ways to Give
26618
page-template-default,page,page-id-26618,bridge-core-2.7.1,qode-page-transition-enabled,ajax_fade,page_not_loaded,,qode-theme-ver-25.6,qode-theme-bridge,qode_header_in_grid,wpb-js-composer js-comp-ver-6.6.0,vc_responsive
 

Ways to Give

Woodstock offers many ways to support the school

However Woodstock has touched your life, whether you are an alumnus, parent or friend, we offer a range of ways to give back to suit everyone.

Online giving via our secure website

Our website provides a simple and secure way to make a donation to Woodstock School. Visit our donation portal, enter your details, select the amount you want to give and select the area you’d like to support.  You can choose to pay by card or bank transfer.

Bank transfer

Indian Passport Holders and Entities Registered in India

Please use the following information for a bank-to-bank transfer:

 

Bank Name: AXIS Bank Ltd

Account Name: Woodstock School

Account No: 435010100009799

IFSC Code: UTIB0000435

Bank Address: Garhwal Terrace, The Mall, Mussoorie – 248179, Uttarakhand, India.

Type: Savings Account

 

Non‐Indian Passport Holders and Entities Registered outside India

Donations from Non‐Indian Passport Holders (including PIO/OCI card holders) or Entities Registered outside India need to be remitted to Woodstock School’s FCRA account detailed below.

 

Bank Name: State Bank of India

Account Name: The Board of Directors of the Woodstock School and Teachers Training College

Account Number: 40078561071

IFS Code: SBIN0000691

SWIFT Code: SBININBB104

Bank Address: FCRA Cell, 4th Floor, State Bank of India, New Delhi Main Branch, 11 Sansad Marg, New Delhi ‐ 110001

 

If you need assistance in making a bank transfer, please contact development@woodstock.ac.in.

Phone or mail

By phone: Donors can call the Development office on +91 (0135) 661-5163 or 661-5161 during business hours (8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday India time) to make a credit card gift over the phone.

Grants

You can designate Woodstock as a recipient of a grant from a family foundation, charitable gift, or donor-advised gift fund.

Matching gifts

Your employer could increase the impact of your generosity. Many companies worldwide offer matching gift programmes that allow employees to double or triple their contributions to non-profit or charitable organisations. Please check with your employer’s human resources department to see if they support employee matching funds. If so complete and sign any matching gift forms, and send along with your annual fund gift made payable to ‘Woodstock School’, Development Office, Woodstock School, Mussoorie, Uttarakhand 248179.

Planned giving

Planned gifts, of any size, can have a significant impact on Woodstock School. These gifts allow you to support our students, programmes, and campus far into the future while potentially also providing tax and other benefits to you and your family.  If you wish to support Woodstock this way, we invite you to contact us to discuss a planned gift or to make a bequest to Woodstock School. Alumni wishing to consider Woodstock School in their estate plans and require US tax credit, can contact the Friends of Woodstock School Foundation directly to explore planned giving options.  Ways of benefiting Woodstock School through a planned gift to the FWS Foundation are detailed on the Friends of Woodstock School website.

 

The Lyre Tree Society recognises anyone who has pledged to support Woodstock in their estate planning. See the separate box for more details, or email development@woodstock.ac.in if you’ve made a bequest and would like to join the society.

Volunteer

Woodstock offers many ways to get involved, including speaking and working with students and faculty through the Centre for Imagination, and volunteering on the school board. Contact the alumni & development office is you are interested in pursuing any volunteer opportunities.

For more information about ways to give and how you can support Woodstock School, please check out our FAQs or contact the Alumni and Development Office at development@woodstock.ac.in.

Tax-relief on your donation

Depending upon your personal circumstances, you may be able to maximise your donation by claiming tax-relief.

Residents of India

Donations can be made directly to Woodstock School by residents of India and are eligible for tax benefit under section 80G of the Income Tax Act.

Residents of the USA

Donations can be made to Friends of Woodstock School Foundation (FWS), an independent 501(c) (3) Non-Profit Organization. FWS supports the educational mission and purposes of Woodstock School and welcomes your donations. Your donations to FWS are tax exempt in accordance with US law.

Residents of Canada

Residents of Canada can donate through Canadian Friends of Woodstock School, which is a registered charity and a separate entity from the USA’s Friends of Woodstock School.

 

Visit their link at www.canadahelps.org  to make an online donation.  Put Canadian Friends of Woodstock School in the Find a Charity search cell.
Or, mail a donation to: R.C. Morris & Company ▪ 570 Granville St., Suite 810 ▪ Vancouver, BC ▪ V6C 3P1  Canada  ▪ Attn:  Canadian Friends of Woodstock School
Phone (R.C. Morris & Company):  (604)639-8196

Rest of the World donors

Donors who are not eligible for tax relief in the US or India should check the regulations in the country in which they are resident to establish whether tax-relief is available on their donation.

Lyre Tree Society

Make Woodstock School’s future part of your legacy

The Lyre Tree Society honours those who have made bequests to benefit Woodstock School.

The Lyre Tree Society is named after the beloved tree, now gone, that overlooked the Doon Valley on the Woodstock School Campus. Membership is open to anyone who simply notifies Woodstock or FWS that he or she had taken formal steps to support Woodstock directly or FWS through their estate or gift planning. Your membership in the Lyre Tree Society will inspire your fellow alumni and friends to take steps to ensure the stability benefit to Woodstock School for now and in the future.

To find out more or notify us of your bequest, please email development@woodstock.ac.in

The Chakkar

Report from the Development Office