Give Now!

For nearly 100 years, Keith Country Day School students have benefited from the generosity of the school’s benefactors. The income that Keith receives from tuition and other sources does not cover the cost of educating each student. Thank you for considering an online gift to the Keith community. Your gift helps to ensure that the gap between tuition fees and operating revenues is minimized so we may continue to offer college-preparatory programs and experiences.

Race for Education

Support our school by making a donation to our Race for Education! The race takes place in September 2018. Proceeds will support technology programs, curriculum development, and fine arts programs. Please consider donating to help us reach our goal of $15,000 by race day! Who will you sponsor in our race?
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Forever Keith Giving

A Forever Keith gift helps support the overall Keith educational experience for all our students. It is important to note that 55% of Keith’s academically motivated students receive varying levels of financial assistance.

Giving levels for the Forever Keith giving fund are as follows:

1916 Society – $5,000 and above
Belle Emerson Keith Platinum Level — $2,500 to $4,999
Belle Emerson Keith Gold Level — $1,500 to $2,499
Head of School’s Circle — $1,000 to $1,499
Leadership Level — $500 – $999
Patron – $150 to $499
Contributor — $1 to $149

Memorial Gift


A memorial gift is given in memory of, or to honor, a former teacher, student, relative, or someone special in your life. Making an honorary or memorial gift is a generous and thoughtful way to recognize a person’s life and accomplishments. All memorial gifts are listed in the Keith Country Day School Annual Report, released after the fiscal year.

Restricted Gift


Restricted gifts are designated for specific purposes, such as a donation to the Abegg Library earmarked for books, facility improvements such as lighting, storm windows or signage on campus, help with school trips, sports equipment purchases, or even technology enhancements. These are just a few of the many restricted gift examples.