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Every gift, no matter the size, is meaningful and helps make a lasting impact on the students at The Winston School. There are many ways to support The Winston School financially. Your contributions provide our students with the resources they need to explore in the classroom, discover the arts, achieve on the athletic fields, and preparing our students for future success.

We welcome your involvement and partnership as we prepare Winston students to succeed. Should you have any questions about giving, please contact Shannon Roberts, Director of Development. 

Ways to Give

Cash & Credit Cards

Cash gifts are the simplest and easiest gifts you can make to The Winston School. We accept personal checks, credit/debit cards (Mastercard, Visa, and American Express), cashier’s checks, and money orders. Please make all checks and money orders payable to The Winston School.

The Winston School
C/O Development Office
5707 Royal Lane
Dallas, Texas, 75229

Gifts may be made online by clicking the Give Online tab or by contacting the Office of Development at 214-691-6950.

Corporate Matching Gifts

Several organizations and employers offer matching gift programs. Please check with your employer to see if they participate. If your employer offers a matching gift program, you may be able to double your donation to Winston. Please contact your employer’s personnel office, to obtain a matching gift form. Complete the form and submit it with your contribution. The Development Office will confirm and complete the remaining steps with your employer.


Gifts to the Endowment Fund enable Winston to provide scholarships, ensure low student-teacher ratio, offer competitive salaries and benefits to faculty, and maintain stability during economic downturns.

Estate Planning

Including The Winston School in your will is an effective way to make a gift that might not be possible during your lifetime. A bequest is a gift made through a donor’s will, and is the simplest and most common form of a planned gift. Other planned gifts include life insurance policies and annuities.

Gifts in Securities

Gifts of stock may be transferred to The Winston School at any dollar value.

Gifts in Honor, Memoriam or Celebration

A meaningful way to honor a special occasion or remember a loved one is to make a gift to Winston in honor or memory of that person. Donors wishing to make a gift in memoriam may make a gift of any amount to the General Fund. Make a gift to the library to help build the collection. A recipient nameplate will be included in the name of the donor and honoree.


Scholarship donations help the many children who would not otherwise have the opportunity to attend Winston. Donations are essential to meet the growing need of the children who will benefit from a Winston education but cannot afford to attend.

Shopping to Support Winston

The Winston School has enrolled in the following store support programs. To support Winston every time you shop at these stores, please use the links below to add the following account numbers to your reward account(s).

Tom Thumb Good Neighbor Program – 1515 (Winston School) or 6577 (Winston Solar)

AmazonSmile –  Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to The Winston School whenever you shop on AmazonSmile. Share this news with your family and friends and bookmark the link so all their eligible shopping will benefit The Winston School.

General Mills Box Tops for Education – Earn even more cash to help The Winston School get what it needs through the Box Tops for Education® Bonus App. Turn your everyday receipts into cash for your school. It’s free and as easy as 1-2-3. DOWNLOAD THE APP TODAY on Apple and Android! You can earn Bonus Box Tops in the Box Tops Bonus App in combination with the on-pack Box Tops clip and any other coupon, discount, store program or promotion. Purchase any of the hundreds of products with Box Tops. Click here to see the complete list.


Gifts to the library build the collection. Gifts can be made in honor or in memory or celebration of a loved one, faculty member, or student. A nameplate bears the name of the donor and honoree.