Our community began with a gift.
In 1872, Thomas Peddie gave $25,000 to support the New Jersey Classical and Scientific Institute. In return, the school gratefully changed its name to Peddie, and a tradition of generosity was born.
That tradition continues today. Gifts from alumni, parents, faculty and friends have a transformational impact on Peddie and the experience of each student. They help support the important work we do today and ensure our legacy for the future.
There are many ways to support Peddie. Gifts to the Peddie Fund provide us with immediate financial flexibility and support for advancement and new initiatives. Planned Giving and support for our endowment and special projects is an investment in Peddie’s future.
We thank those who support Peddie for their commitment to our school - to its past, its present and all that has yet to come.
Peddie had a tremendous impact on the people that we are today. We give back so that others can experience what we did - an experience that we are most grateful for.Edward C. Dippold III '81 P'12
A gift of cash is the simplest and most immediate way to support Peddie. These donations are fully tax deductible in the year the gift was given.
To make a gift via credit card, please visit Peddie's secure online giving form. We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express. If you'd prefer to make your donation by phone, call 609-944-7521.
Through a wire transfer, you can give a gift from anywhere in the world directly to Peddie School. Your bank of choice should be able to complete this process for you using the information below. Please see our wire transfer instructions for complete details.
Bank name: Wells Fargo
Bank routing number: 121000248
Account name: Peddie School
Account number: 2100011970904
For incoming international fund transfers, the existing identification numbers will be:
CHIPS participant number: 0407
SWIFT code: WFBIUS6S
Giving appreciated securities is a tax-wise way to support Peddie. Please see our stock transfer instructions for complete details, and call 609-944-7521 in advance of making a gift of securities in order to ensure proper crediting and timely acknowledgement.
Account # 876-04A54
Peddie alumni and friends who have reached age 70 1/2 can take advantage of charitable IRA distributions each year. A direct transfer up to $100,000 from an individual retirement account to Peddie does not incur federal income tax. Gifts do not qualify for a charitable deduction, but may be counted toward an individual's minimum required distribution. For more information, please contact Regina Ketting at email@example.com or 609-944-7521.
Estate gifts offer significant tax advantages while allowing donors to make sizeable and important contributions to the future of Peddie. These gifts qualify you for membership in the Bell Society. Please visit our gift planning page or contact Regina Ketting for more information.
Gifts for the Future. The cornerstone gift of the Bell Society is the bequest intention, a gift in your will or revocable living trust. This future gift can take the form of a dollar amount or a percentage of your estate. Moreover, you can name Peddie as a beneficiary of your retirement plan, life insurance policy or other accounts. All of these result in federal estate tax deductions.
Gifts that Pay You Income. Life income plans provide you with a stream of payments and significant tax benefits, while making a meaningful gift to Peddie. Peddie offers a wide variety of planned gift options including charitable gift annuities, charitable remainder trusts and the Peddie Pooled Income Fund.
Join PeddieConnect to network professionally and socially with Peddie alumni, faculty and staff, parents and friends. Access job and internship postings, give and/or receive career advice and, most importantly, connect simply, securely and easily with your Peddie community. With a directory open to a network of close to 10,000 individuals, you can find contact information for fellow alumni and friends via a variety of customized searches.
Andrew Mandelbaum '99, currently working in public policy, is grateful to Peddie for broadening horizons, and teaching him the value of acceptance and awareness.