Planned Giving

Planting the Seeds for the Future

At CDS, we educate and raise passionate citizens with a powerful and informed worldview. We always strive to create a better future through the students we educate; we are dedicated to the idea that passionate citizens change the world. Through the generosity of our families, we are able to craft long-term strategies to improve our programs in the years to come, and planned giving is one of the most helpful ways in which you can lend a hand.
At CDS, we educate and raise confident, passionate citizens with a powerful and informed worldview.
Support Generations to Come!
Planned giving is certain to create a lasting and wonderful impact on Children’s Day School.

Planned gifts to CDS will help build an endowment, which will provide funding for the future. With thoughtful planning, you can make a meaningful contribution to CDS that may also have tax advantages. Here are some examples of how you can make a planned gift:
  • Place CDS in your will or living trust
  • Make CDS the beneficiary of a retirement account such as an IRA
  • Make a gift of life insurance policy
  • Make a gift of real estate or other tangible property

Join the Children's Day School Legacy Society

The Children’s Day School Legacy Society recognizes those families and individuals who have made a legacy gift to CDS through a bequest in their will or some other type of planned donation. By including CDS in their estate planning, Legacy Society members ensure a strong and sustainable financial future for the school.

Leaving a Legacy
If you are interested in receiving planned giving information, please contact Jeanna Yoo, Director of Advancement, at or 415-861-5432 x323.

Please note that CDS is not able to provide legal or tax advice, and we recommend that you review your plans with your attorney or financial advisor.
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