Saratoga Independent School is a NYS-recognized tax-exempt, not for profit organization. Below you will find descriptions of various ways to support Saratoga Independent School. We appreciate your generosity!
Ways to Give
During the months of October, November and December, we will be reaching out to you to support our Annual Campaign. The Annual Campaign assists us with reaching our goals to provide the best educational, recreational and social experiences for the students. In 2011, 100% of our parents, staff, and Board of Trustees contributed to the Annual Campaign.
This is an opportunity to make a significant long-term impact on the future success of Saratoga Independent School. There are several options on how to incorporate SIS in your financial planning including estate planning, naming opportunities, renewable pledges and more.
One-time Financial Contribution
We strive for success in all that we do. If you would like to make a financial contribution in recognition of our accomplishments or in support of a specific program or project, please consider a financial contribution made payable to Saratoga Independent School. We will issue a receipt for tax purposes.
In-Kind Donation of Items and/or Services
We accept new, unused items that meet the specific needs of our community of students and professionals. Additionally, we are interested in hearing how your personal or professional set of skills might enhance the program or facility at SIS. Please contact our office to determine how your donation can make a difference.
Click here to access our Wish List. These items can be sponsored by making a donation towards their purchase. Please indicate which item you are sponsoring by writing the item name, your first and last name, and your home address or on the outside of an envelope.
For information about Saratoga Independent School and how your gift can help, call us at 518-583-0841 or email Director of Operations, John Lefner at email@example.com. Your charitable donation can be made payable to Saratoga Independent School.