How making Yellow Wood Academy a part of you planned giving can make your community stronger.

There are many ways to support Yellow Wood Academy, but when you plan a gift as part of your overall estate and financial plans, you will help us expand the boundaries of knowledge and insight through teaching, artistic expression, program expansion. With your gift, you could also receive substantial tax and financial benefits, and you will be welcomed as a member of The Yellow Wood Legacy Society.

The Yellow Wood Legacy Society is an organization developed to honor those who dedicate gifts to Yellow Wood Academy in their wills or living trusts. The Legacy Society is a way for us to show our gratitude to you and include you in a community of people who help to bring the mission of Yellow Wood Academy to life.

It is because of people who make us a part of their estate planning that we are able to continue to serve our students. In order to show our appreciation, if you have included us in your will or living trust, please complete our Legacy Society Enrollment Form so we can properly welcome you into the Legacy Society.

The Yellow Wood Legacy Society

If you have included us in your estate planning, please complete the Yellow Wood Legacy Society Enrollment form so that we are able to properly welcome you into our community.

Members of the Legacy Society are thanked in our Annual Report for their promise. They are also welcomed with a Yellow Wood Legacy Society lapel pin and welcomed to our events as treasured guests.

Giving to Yellow Wood Academy

Annual Fund

Our annual fund helps us launch new projects, build our programs, and supports our operational budget.


Gifts of Stock

Giving a gift of appreciated stock allows Yellow Wood Academy to become a nimble institution ready to grow in new ways to help our students.


Matching Gifts

Pairing your gift with a contribution from a company who will match your gift allows you to make a larger impact on the lives of our students.


Volunteer

There is nothing we love more than people who want to come and be part of our community.