Support The Elisabeth Morrow School

Donate to our Apple Tree FuND

Help provide transformative student experiences and support the work of our dedicated faculty. The goal for this year is 100% participation. Any gift amount can and will make a difference! Each and every student benefits from gifts to the Apple Tree Fund.

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Why Giving Matters

Every student in every classroom benefits from gifts to the Apple Tree Fund, EMS’ annual fund. Help provide transformative student experiences and support the work of our dedicated faculty.

Ways to Give

Your annual gifts to the Apple Tree Fund are the single most important source of non-tuition revenue at our school.

Make a Gift Online

As tuition does not fully fund the education of our students, we are grateful for our families’ generous contributions to our Apple Tree Fund, which helps close that gap each year.

Give by Check

Please mail your payment to:

Elisabeth Morrow School
Office of Advancement
435 Lydecker Street
Englewood, NJ 07631

Leadership Giving

Join our group of prominent donors whose influential support allows us to make the greatest impact on the lives of our students.


  • Founders $20,000 and up
  • Leaders $12,500 to $19,999


  • Benefactors $7,500 to $12,499
  • Patrons $5,500 to $7,499
  • Sponsors $3,500 to $5,499

Gifts of Securities & Wire Transfers

Please call the Office of Advancement for instructions.

Planned Giving

Planned gifts provide unique ways for donors to have a transformational impact at EMS. Planned giving includes bequests, gifts of life insurance, gifts of retirement plan assets, and IRA distributions. Donors who make this extraordinary investment in the future of EMS are invited to join the Linden Legacy Society. Please consult with your attorney or financial advisor about the tax benefits of a planned gift and what the best plan is for you and your family. Contact Hanita Walia, Director of Institutional Advancement, for more information.

Make a Pledge

Let us know that we can count on your support with a pledge, which can be fulfilled through a one-time gift or monthly payments by June 30.

Annual Report

The Elisabeth Morrow School recognizes the generosity of our donors throughout the previous fiscal year (July 1–June 30) within the pages of our Annual Report. It illustrates the opportunities made possible by our community’s loyalty and memorable moments so volunteers and contributors see how our community is enriched by their involvement and the exponential value our community receives through donor contributions.

Your time is as valuable as your financial contribution, and EMS is lucky to benefit from so many volunteers.

Volunteering doesn’t just benefit EMS, it gives the volunteer another connection to the EMS community and offers a supportive environment with a sense of purpose.

Volunteer Form

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How EMS utilizes your support:

Financial Aid for students who qualify academically and show financial need

STEAM programming (science, technology, engineering, the arts, and mathematics) throughout the EMS journey

Campus upgrades to ensure the health and safety of our community

Your Impact


feel appreciated and supported as they’re empowered to invest in the teaching environment, new technology, and improved learning.


benefit from new, innovative tools in the classroom.


see the effect of their support in their loved ones’ education

EMS families

maintain a sense of pride in the school’s reputation.

EMS Alumni

benefit from their association with a highly-regarded school.

Connect to Advancement

If you have questions about making a gift, connect with our advancement team for fast answers.

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EMS prepares students for an impressive range of top-tier secondary schools.

Our students cultivate the ability to learn, think, explore, empathize, and lead. They graduate with the ability, mindset, and competencies to navigate a global world and are well-prepared to face an unknowable future.

Accustomed to a challenging academic environment, EMS students welcome the demands of competitive secondary schools and are often placed in advanced sections where they perform very well.


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