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Ways to Give

Introducing The SRV Fund

All independent and private schools rely on unrestricted annual contributions to support the mission of the school.  Previously, contributions to the school in this way have gone to SRV’s Annual Fund.  To better deliver the message that these gifts support the entirety of The School in Rose Valley  experience, we are renaming our annual fund The SRV Fund.

Your gift sponsors deep, meaningful, and educative connections SRV students have to the campus and to each other, now and in their futures. It is crucial that we have the financial capital to support our progressive model of education and for our children to continue to have learning opportunities that are experiential, emergent, and communal. Your gift will help make certain that the SRV campus will continue to provide a magical landscape for children and, specifically, it will allow us to ensure that the recommendations of a recently completed facility condition assessment are implemented in both generationally and environmentally sustainable ways.

The Ways to Give to The SRV Fund Remain the Same:

Gifts of Cash
Personal checks and/or credit card payments are the most popular ways to make a gift to The SRV Fund. Simply mail a check made out to The School in Rose Valley to 20 School Lane, Rose Valley, PA 19063.  Or call us with your credit card information at 610-566-1088.

Online Giving
Gifts by credit card can be also made on our website. Click the donate button at the top right and follow the instructions.

Matching Gifts
There are many companies that match employee gifts. Contact your human resources office to find out the necessary steps to submit a match request. We are happy to do whatever is necessary on our end to help with this.

Stock & Securities Gifts
Please contact Nava Hall, Business Office Manager, for information about making a stock gift to the school.

Planned Giving
Consider leaving a bequest to SRV in your will.

Corporate Giving (EITC)
The School in Rose Valley is part of the PA Education Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) program and your company’s gift can earn a  valuable tax credit. Through Pennsylvania’s Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) program, eligible businesses can earn significant tax credits by donating to SRV scholarship and financial aid programs. For more information on how your business can make a difference and receive up to a 90% tax credit, read more about the EITC program and application process at www.newpa.com/eitc.

How to Give

Give Online
Please use our new online form for making donations online or Click Here

Other Options

    • Checks mailed to the school
    • Credit Cards, either one-time or monthly
    • Online (click this link)
    • Pledge Payments
    • Gifts of Securities/Stock Gifts
    • Matching Gifts
    • Gifts In-Kind
    • Planned Gifts

To discuss your support and the various ways of giving, please contact Nava Hall, Business Office Manager at: 610-566-1088, or nava@theschoolinrosevalley.org.

Mail checks to:
The School in Rose Valley
20 School Lane
Rose Valley, PA 19063



OG Honoring Ceremony

Wednesday, June 6, 3:30 pm

Join us to celebrate  SRV's OG students during their last week of elementary school. 

Bead Ceremony 

Friday, June 8, 10:30 am 

We invite you to commemorate the growth of each SRV student during this special end-of-year ceremony. 


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