When you give to NCS, you express your belief in the power of young women.

Your gift makes an immediate impact. It is invested in the current academic year to ensure our students, faculty, and staff thrive in an environment that challenges the intellect, nurtures the spirit, and promotes our core values of excellence, service, courage, and conscience. Your gift provides a perpetual investment impacting students and faculty not only today but tomorrow and for generations to come.
Giving Societies
Satterlee Society
Members of our Satterlee Society are philanthropic leaders of NCS. They annually contribute over 85% of our comprehensive giving, with gifts ranging from $2,500 to over $100,000.

Membership Levels
Founders Circle: $100,000 +
Head of School Circle: $50,000 - $100,000
Scholars Circle: $25,000 - $50,000
Purple & Gold Circle: $10, 000 - $25,000
Eagles Circle: $5,000 - $10,000
Members Circle: $2,500 - $5,000

1900 Society
Supporters join the 1900 Society when they make a gift for three consecutive years. The 1900 Society is dedicated to inspiring loyalty and sustaining support for NCS.

Frequently Asked Questions

List of 4 frequently asked questions.

  • How can I make a gift

    There are many ways to make a gift to support NCS. You can give online, through gifts of securities, donor-advised funds, and planned gifts.
  • What is NCS’s top fundraising priority

    The top fundraising priority for NCS is the Annual Fund. The Annual Fund makes an immediate impact that is felt across the school from the classroom to the athletic field to the stage and beyond.
  • What is the Spring Benefit, and how is it different from the Annual Fund

    The Spring Benefit is an annual event to celebrate our community and raise funds in support of financial aid, a critical school priority.
  • NCS engaged in a fundraising campaign

    NCS successfully concluded the Educating Women for the World campaign in 2016, raising more than $56 million. With new leadership, plans are underway to chart NCS's strategic goals for the future and outline the resources necessary to achieve them.

Contact Development

List of 1 members.

  • Photo of Brian DeMarco

    Brian DeMarco 

    Head of Development and Philanthropy


List of 4 members.

  • Photo of Hutchey Doley

    Hutchey Doley 82

    Director of Development for Constituent Engagement and Annual Giving
  • Photo of Chloe Cogo

    Chloe Cogo 

    Director of Alumnae Engagement
  • Photo of Molly Wadsworth

    Molly Wadsworth 

    Director of Annual Giving
  • Photo of Sophia Searby

    Sophia Searby 19

    Development Coordinator, Constituent Engagement & Annual Giving

Individual Giving

List of 3 members.

  • Photo of Karen Ballotta

    Karen Ballotta 

    Director of Development for Individual Giving
  • Photo of Maria Felski

    Maria Felski 

    Stewardship and Donor Relations Manager
  • Photo of Anna Skeppstrom

    Anna Skeppstrom 

    Individual Giving Coordinator


List of 2 members.

  • Photo of Dhonyale Metoyer

    Dhonyale Metoyer 

    Director of Development Operations
  • Photo of Gregory Christopher

    Gregory Christopher 

    Development Coordinator