Ways To Give

The Awty International School is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. 

Awty offers a wide array of resources to support donors in the process of making a gift, and encourages inquiries by donors and their financial advisors. There are many giving opportunities that can significantly benefit the school. 

Cash, Checks, and Credit Cards

Outright gifts of cash, by check, credit card, or through a charge to your school account are the easiest ways to make a gift. 

The Awty International School also gratefully accepts pledges – gifts that are paid over time. We can arrange pledge commitment schedules based upon your needs.

To make a gift by check, please mail to:

The Awty International School
Advancement Office
7455 Awty School Lane
Houston, Texas 77055

Gifts of Appreciated Securities

Please contact Lauren Linn, Acting Director of Advancement, at 713-328-5852, for information and instructions about a donation made with appreciated securities or via wire transfer. 

Employer Matching Gifts

You may be able to double, or even triple, your gift to The Awty International School by accessing your employer's matching gift program. You can determine if your company ahs a matching gift program by contacting your human resources department or using the search tool below:

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Non-Traditional Gift Options

The Awty International School also welcomes gifts using other means, including gifts of stock, remembering Awty in a will, gifts of land and/or property, and more. Please consider gift planning as a lasting way to contribute to Awty while taking advantage of federal and state tax laws.

 Your gift can:

  • Reduce or possibly eliminate capital gains taxes.
  • Please consult your tax advisor for any possible tax advantages.
  • Remove assets from your estate and possible reduce your gift and estate taxes.
  • Provide income for yourself and others.

bridgette miller
bridgette miller

Director of The Awty Annual Fund

Lauren Linn

Acting Director of Advancement