How to contribute
Tax-deductible contributions enable The Farm School to keep fees affordable and ensure the continuing development of innovative programming. The Farm School is recognized as a tax-exempt organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the U. S. Internal Revenue Code and does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, sex, sexual orientation, or national or ethnic origin in any of its school administered policies of programs.
The Farm School is not a part of any private or public school system and receives no government funding. It depends entirely on a combination of philanthropy, school fees and the sale of its farm products to fund its annual operating budget. Please consider making a gift to The Farm School! An online option is offered here; please also feel free to mail your contribution directly to The Farm School or contact Ben Holmes directly regarding stock transfers or any other questions you might have. Making a contribution to the Farm School using PayPal is easy and secure. Just click the icon below.
The Annual Farm School Fundraising Benefit
For many springs now, The Farm School has held a benefit concert to support all that we do. These events have featured such artists as Jonatha Brooke, Bruce Cockburn, Crooked Still, Kris Delmhorst, Patty Larkin, Megafaun, Nils Lofgren, Willie Nelson, Grace Potter, Chris Smither, Mavis Staples, Rob Wasserman, the David Wax Museum and Bob Weir among many others. In 2003 we moved from a ticketed concert at the historic Sanders Theater @ Harvard University to a lovely, and more intimate, invitation-only event gifted entirely by Chef Peter Davis at Henrietta’s Table @ the Charles Hotel in Harvard Square.
Those attending celebrate and elevate the school by sharing dinner and music with the entire Farm School community and by making significant gifts towards the school’s annual operating costs, in particular by participating in a live auction that features scholarships. Please let us know if you would be interested in hearing more about it: email@example.com
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