Annual Fund

The Annual Fund is St. Timothy’s annual giving campaign and is a vital part of the School’s finances. Tuition alone only accounts for about 65 percent of the cost of a St. Timothy’s school education. Income from St. Timothy’s endowment and the Annual Fund makes up the difference.

Each year, alumnae, parents and friends make unrestricted gifts that provide about 10 percent of the school’s operating budget. Their gifts support all aspects of the St. Timothy’s operating costs, e.g., teaching initiatives, program support, the arts, athletics, house programs and financial aid.
For over 130 years, St. Timothy's has relied on alumnae and parents to help it fulfill its educational mission. We are grateful to all who have stepped up in the past and hope you will continue to support us this year.
The Annual Fund: 5 Easy Ways to Give
Every gift to the Annual Fund from alumnae, parents, and friends, whatever its size, makes a valuable and immediate difference to the school.

1. Make a Gift By Phone. Please call 410.486.7403 to make a credit card gift. We are here Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

2. Make a Gift by Mail. Send checks, credit card gifts or related correspondence to: The Annual Fund, St. Timothy’s school, 8400 Greenspring Avenue, Stevenson, Maryland 21153.

3. Make a Gift Online.

4. Make a gift of appreciated stocks; it can be a more advantageous way of giving. Please contact Roz Christina Moore, Director of the Development and Alumnae Relations, at 410.486.7400, extension 3035 for details.

5. Make a Matching Gift. You may be able to double your gift through your company's matching gift program. Check with your employer's Human Resources Department to see how you can make your gift go farther. St. Timothy’s School will give you credit for both your gift and your company's matching gift.
Chartered in 1832, St. Timothy's School is a private boarding and day school for girls in grades 9 through 12, located in Stevenson, Maryland. St. Timothy's offers the world-renowned International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (DP) for grades 11 and 12, and Middle Years Program (MYP) for grades 9 and 10.