Opportunities for Impact

Supporting PINE

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  • Ways to Give

    Parents, alumni, faculty, staff and friends make gifts to PINE with many kinds of assets and in a variety of forms.  Options include cash, check, credit card payments, gifts of appreciated securities, donor advised funds, and other assets.

    The Pine School is an exempt organization as described in section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Our Federal Tax Identification Number is #59-1166282. 

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  • Gifts of Cash

    A majority of the gifts made to The Pine School come in the form of cash, check or credit card. A gift of cash entitles you to the most generous federal income tax-deduction available for charitable contributions.
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  • Wire Transfer Information

    The Pine School accepts donations via Domestic Wires, International Wires, and Automated Clearing House (ACH) transfers.  For information on how to complete a wire transfer, please contact the Development Office at
  • Gifts of Appreciated Securities

    To transfer securities, please provide your broker with the following information:
    LPL Financial   
    DTC 0075   
    Account 2011-0989
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  • Donor Advised Funds

    To make a gift through a donor-advised fund, select “The Pine School, Inc.” (Tax ID/EIN of 59-116282) as the recipient for all gifts to Pine. Please make sure to specify the gift designation.
  • Matching Gifts

    Many employers offer matching gift programs that will increase the value of a donor's gift. Contact your human resources office to obtain the necessary paperwork or information and send it to The Pine School, 12350 SE Federal Highway, Hobe Sound, FL 33455, Attn: Development Office, or
  • Gifts of Other Assets

    There are many types of assets such as tangible property, real estate, or closely held stock that can be used to fund a charitable gift to PINE. For more information on any of these vehicles, or to make a gift, please contact the Development Office at
The Pine School is an independent college preparatory school educating students in Kindergarten through 12th Grade.