Ways to Give

Volunteerism

Volunteerism is an essential component of the Cambridge-Ellis community. Board committee and PTA volunteer engagement occurs throughout the academic year, and parents will receive a request for participation in the early fall for volunteer involvement and throughout the year related to our CES PTA run events- parent involvement is voluntary and ranges from co-chairing an event to donating a baked good, for example. 

Parent Teacher Association (PTA)

To learn more about the work of our PTA, reach the committee chair Emily Tatelbaum at ptachair2122@cambridge-ellis.org.

Board Committee Work

To learn more about the work of our Board Committees, reach out the Board Co-Chairs Rodrigo Verdi and Ambika Wali at cochairs2122@cambridge-ellis.org.

Classroom Collaboration

To learn more about or share ideas for classroom collaboration, reach out to your child's classroom teachers.

Gifts

In addition to becoming involved in the CES community, financial support in all amounts is welcomed. Financial gifts will support the financial aid needs of our community through tuition assistance for families, professional development opportunities for our faculty, as well as the many costs of running a school. Gifts to Cambridge-Ellis can be made in the following ways:

Checks
All gifts should be made payable to Cambridge-Ellis School. Our mailing address is:

Cambridge-Ellis School, 80 Trowbridge Street, Cambridge, MA 02138

Online Giving

Click here to donate to CES.

Matching gifts
Many corporate companies are willing to match a gift to an organization of your choice. Contact your personnel office to see if your employer is willing to match your gift to Cambridge-Ellis.

Securities
Gifts of security may be made in various ways. Please check with your bank, broker or agent about their procedures if you are interested in transferring a gift of securities. We ask that you notify the school of your intention when making a stock donation.

For other ways to support our school, please contact us at development@cambridge-ellis.org.

"Children must be taught how to think, not what to think."

— Margaret Mead