It is solely through the generosity of our donors that the Hunter College High School Alumnae/i Association is able to pursue the recruitment, development and advancement of the gifted alumnae/i and students of Hunter College High School. 

Ways to Give

There are many ways to give to the HCHSAA. You can do it online, or through the mail, you can make a single donation or spread it out over multiple payments. You can even include us in your estate plan. See below for all the ways you can give back to Hunter. And remember that when you make a donation to the HCHSAA, your gift will be designated as one of three types: Membership, Annual Fund, or Class Gift. To find out more about how to designate your gift, click here.

This is the fastest and easiest way to contribute. Use your credit card on our secure donation page, make your one-time gift, and you're done!
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By Check
Another quick and easy way to donate is to send us a check. Make your check out to HCHSAA, Inc., put your donation designation in the memo line, and send to our address: 695 Park Avenue, Hunter College East, Room 1313B, New York, NY 10065.


Become a Sustaining Donor
For as little as $10/month, you can become a monthly donor. Your donation will be charged automatically to your credit card on the 1st or 15th of each month.
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Corporate Matching
Many companies have Matching Gift programs for charitable contributions made by their employees, which can double or even triple your gift to the HCHSAA. To find out if your company has a matching gift program, please check with your human resources department. For a list of companies click here.


Gift of Stock/Securities 
We accept gifts of stocks or securities. We sell them upon receipt and the revenue is treated like a cash donation.
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Estate Planning
Contribute to the HCHSAA's future by planning for a special kind of gift. By means of your will or other estate plan, you can name the HCHSAA as the beneficiary to a portion of, or particular assets in, your estate.
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