Why Give?

Our ideas on how to improve the educational experience of our students are limitless. Unfortunately, our resources are not. 

2019 Paul Lehmann award winner Kyle Mincey with Head of School Brad Bates.

2019 Paul Lehmann award winner Kyle Mincey with Head of School Brad Bates.

People give to Dublin School in different ways and for different purposes. The unifying theme in these gifts is a desire to enhance the educational and experiential outcomes of our students. Every dollar that we receive is used judiciously to allow deserving students to experience a better education.

Whether a gift is made to the Annual Fund, to a Capital Project or to the Endowment Fund, these gifts judiciously and directly benefit our students.


Ways to Give

To make a one-time gift online, please visit this page: 

Secure Online Donation Page

To make a recurring gift online, please visit this page:

Gifts by check should be mailed to: 

Dublin School
Alumni & Development Office
18 Lehmann Way
Dublin, NH, 03444

Please make checks payable to Dublin School.

To make a gift of securities, please follow these instructions:

If you prefer, you can make a pledge, and fulfill that pledge at a later date. Please note that all pledges must be paid in full by June 30 of the fiscal year in which it was made. To make a pledge, please contact Erika Rogers at 603-563-1230 or erogers@dublinschool.org.

Annual Fund

Kids. Culture. Future.


investing in our KIDS

Preparing the next generation of thinkers, problem solvers, artists and leaders.

Dublin School launches kids’ lives. Gifts to the Annual Fund support the costs associated with finding and enrolling smart, kind, curious kids who are the right fit for Dublin. Annual Fund gifts also help to help provide the necessary financial aid to make it possible for today’s families attend. Of course we then have to take care of everyone - The Annual Fund pays for that too!

enriching our CULTURE

Combining talented teachers, thoughtful facilities and a growth mindset in order to build a community where kids thrive and excel.

Dublin nurtures a culture that emphasizes trying new things while embracing the joys of being a teenager. We believe that this culture, together with Dublin’s rich history and stunning location, allows our students to grow in ways that they might have found unimaginable before Dublin. Your gift to the Annual Fund helps to pay for the programs and people who collectively define our unique culture.

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securing our FUTURE

Fundraising is the key to keeping Dublin School small while offering big opportunities and maintaining our historically diverse student body.

Small Schools offer students a just-right balance of challenge and support but small is expensive. Your Annual Fund gift helps us minimize annual tuition increases and secure the financial health of Dublin School to adapt and thrive in a changing educational landscape and uncertain future. Generations of students have benefited from their Dublin education. Your support will make sure we keep doing that for generations to come.

Participation is essential.  Your gift will signal your commitment to the transformative work that takes place among students and faculty here on this beautiful campus. 

Please consider making your gift today!

Dublin School is a fully registered 501(c) 3 and pursuant to US Federal Law, donations are tax-deductible.

Make an Annual Fund Donation

Endowment and Planned Giving

Helping to create a better future for Dublin students.

With your help, we can make sure it is there for future generations. Our Endowment Fund provides long-term support to Dublin School and is primarily funded through bequests.

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A planned gift to Dublin School says a lot about you. It shows that Dublin is important to you like family and you want to take care of it. For some a legacy gift is a way to say farewell and thank you. It can even be the opportunity to give in a way not possible during your lifetime. Whatever reason you choose, a legacy gift will enrich the lives of all Dublin students.

Name Dublin School as a beneficiary of your life insurance or retirement plan. This is very easy to do whenever you are filling out a new policy and is another good way to make a significant gift to Dublin School with modest cost to you and various tax advantages.

Once you have included Dublin School in your estate plans, please let us know. We would like to thank you, and respect your wishes for participation, recognition or anonymity. Simply inform us and you will immediately become a member of the Lehmann Legacy Circle. 



Be part of the Lehmann Legacy Circle

The Lehmann Legacy Circle was founded in 1989 to honor friends of Dublin School who have included Dublin School in their will or estate plans. You do not have to be wealthy or elderly to consider becoming a member, you simply have to want to make a planned gift to the School. Recent bequest gifts have helped to build the School’s endowment, construct new buildings and provide scholarship support to deserving students.