Capital Giving

Capital gifts are defined by their sustaining nature. A capital gift may range from significant support of a strategic Gill St. Bernard’s priority, to support of a building or renovation project, from an endowed fund for faculty, or financial aid to sustained support of a special program.

The Office of Advancement works with alumni, parents, and friends of GSB to match their interests with the needs of the school. Capital gifts are vital to ensuring that GSB will continue to fulfill its mission for generations to come.


Gifts to the endowment provide a permanent source of income supporting Gill St. Bernard’s School and serving to uphold its mission into the future. Endowed gifts can be restricted to a specific purpose by the donor or left unrestricted to be used at the discretion of the school. GSB is committed to growing its endowed resources, and seeks to increase funding available for financial aid, faculty, and teaching support.

Special Projects

Capital gifts allow us the opportunity to further evolve our 208-acre campus, eight academic buildings, and Home Winds Farm by funding special projects, such as renovating or building new classroom facilities and making improvements to the campus infrastructure.