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Make a Gift

We encourage you to support ASSIST through gifts made to the Annual Fund or to a specific project that is meaningful to you. Opportunities exist to sponsor students, to underwrite the Orientation program, and to make gifts to grow the ASSIST endowment. Significant gifts can be named to honor the donor or an individual important to the donor.  To investigate these opportunities, please go to Giving Opportunities.

Make a Gift to ASSIST

You may make your gift in one of four ways:

1. To make a gift online using our secure server, please choose the appropriate button below:

When making a gift from outside the U.S., please remember to click the "I have an international address" button on the donation form.


German citizens, please visit the ASSIST Germany website to donate.


Credit Card Users   PayPal Users

Click here to see if your employer has a matching gift benefit.

2. To donate by check:

Please make out the check to "ASSIST," using U.S. funds, and mail to:

Robert A. Stanley, Jr.
P.O. Box 969
Suffield, CT 06078 USA 

3. To send donations by wire transfer:

Please contact the ASSIST office at or (860) 668-5706 and we will send you wire transfer instructions.

4. To make gifts of stock:

Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC
171 West Street
Keene, NH 03431-3365
local: 603-357-1100
fax: 603-352-0816

Broker: Frederick Hadlow, Financial Adviser

DTC: 0141
ASSIST's Account number: 1364–1154

Contact at ASSIST: Robert Stanley

Gifts made by American citizens are tax-deductible, as ASSIST is a 501(c)(3) organization. Opportunities in other countries also exist for making tax-deductible donations to ASSIST.

"It was great to see the pictures of this year's Orientation and to see everyone having fun which makes me nobly jealous and proud to see ASSIST living its mission. On that note, my parents are wishing to financially contribute to ASSIST with a donation. It is not going to be big... but it is from the heart ...and it might turn out to be annual."

   -Member of the Class of 2013, Deerfield Academy (MA), Bulgaria


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