Gifts to Chinese American International School are tax-deductible to the full-extent of the law and will be acknowledged promptly in writing.
The CAIS tax ID is 94-2786958
Ways of Giving
Please use our secure giving form to make a gift online.
Gifts by Mail
Please send checks (made payable to Chinese American International School) to:
Chinese American International School
ATTN: Advancement Office
150 Oak Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
Please let us know the designation (annual fund, ShowCAIS, or a special fund), as well as information about whether the gift is in honor of or in memory of an individual.
Gifts by Phone
Please call the Advancement Office at 415-861-0566 to make a gift using your MasterCard, Visa, or American Express card.
Gifts of Securities
To ensure that you receive proper credit and prompt acknowledgement of your gift, please complete the stock form and return it to Advancement Director Pam Winthrop at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please instruct your broker to deliver the assets using the following information:
To: First Republic Securities Co, LLC
Account Name: Chinese American International School
Account Number: 33L-074532
Clearing Firm: Pershing LLC
Pershing LLC DTC# 0443
Our Broker: Gloria Wong or Mike Mancini at First Republic Securities Company at Onlinebrokerage@firstrepublic.com
Many companies sponsor matching-gift programs that increase the charitable contribution made by an employee. Ask your human resources office for matching gift forms.
Common forms of planned giving include:
- Charitable Lead Trusts
- Gifts of Property and Real Estate
An investment in Chinese American International School through a bequest provision or any other planned gift is a testament to one’s commitment to the values of this community. Please contact Director of Advancement Pamela E. Winthrop, to discuss your planned giving options and to ask any questions.
Donor Advised Funds
A Donor Advised Fund, or DAF, is a philanthropic vehicle through which donors may contribute to their favorite charities. Established with organizations such as Fidelity Charitable® or Schwab Charitable, contributions to a DAF are immediately tax-deductible, and are invested and grow tax-free. After establishing a DAF, you may recommend grants to the charities of your choice at any point.
Here is a link to DAF Direct, which makes it easier to give directly from your donor-advised fund.