Support the Brooks Fund today!

Giving to Brooks is an act of trust in what we are doing today and in the innovation, discovery, and service from our faculty, staff, and students to come. Many Brooks alumni, parents and friends have reached out to ask how they can help the school. One significant way you can help is with a gift to the Brooks Fund.

The Brooks Fund provides vital resources to support our school from faculty salaries to financial aid to every aspect of maintaining our 270-acre campus. During this unprecedented time, our classrooms have been outfitted to teach both in person and virtual students with various technology tools. Brooks has made significant investments in safety campus wide including providing PPEs, testing, and training for our faculty and staff. The members of the facilities department have made modifications to buildings and coordinated tents to be used for outdoor classrooms and experiences. 

Additionally this year, the Brooks Fund will provide resources for Head of School John Packard to allocate as immediate needs arise within the community for our remote learners, such as cellular support for students in rural areas, laptops to students and adults who need them and distance learning professional development for faculty.

Your generosity will sustain us through an unprecedented period and we are truly grateful for your support.

If you have questions about making your gift to Brooks, please contact Director of the Brooks Fund Mary Merrill.

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I support the Brooks
Fund because . . .  

"Brooks did and will always feel like home, I still step on campus and feel a sense of belonging that I was not able to replicate in college, which is still amazing to me." 

Lowell Abbott '10 

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"My education at Brooks is something I value greatly. It has made such a difference in my life, academically as well as in all other areas."

Jen Carter '92 

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"I'm grateful for my Brooks education, and everyone who made my time there what it was and helped me be what I am."

Mark Miller '63