Since 1957, each generation of Applewild's community has given back financially, and with time, effort, and heart. We count on your support in order to advance our mission, maintain and improve our facilities, and continue to deliver an exceptional educational experience to our students.
We are sincerely grateful for the many ways our community continues to support our school, year after year. Your gift of any amount supports students, and allows for the continuation of the strong traditions that make our school so very special.
Ways to Give
Please click this link to give online:
Discuss a donation, update you contact information, and share your Applewild experience by calling the Office of Advancement 978-342-6053 x110
To give by mail with a check:
Make your check payable to Applewild School and mail it to: Applewild School, Attn: Office of Advancement, 120 Prospect Street, Fitchburg MA, 01420
Please inquire with your employer to see if they participate in matching gifts. Your gift to Applewild could be doubled, or even tripled!
Please contact Leo Hiertz [email protected] to make your pledge to the 2023-24 Annual Fund! Gifts to this year’s campaign must be paid in full by June 30, 2024.
Contact us to inquire about making an in-kind gift by calling the Office of Advancement 978-342-6053 x110
The Crocker Society was established to honor those who, like the founders of our school, the Crocker family, have shown their generosity, commitment, and foresight by making a planned gift to Applewild.
The Crocker Society recognizes alumni, parents, and friends who make provisions for Applewild School in their estate plans through a bequest, trust or life-income gift, or as beneficiary of a life insurance or retirement plan.
If you choose to support Applewild in this way, thank you! Please notify us that you have done so (we don’t need to know the specifics of your gift) and we will welcome you to the Crocker Society. Your name will forever be included as a member of the society. We will, of course, honor requests to remain anonymous as well.
Please contact Leo Hiertz [email protected]