Planned Giving

With your support, we will ensure that today's students have the resources and opportunities to develop into confident and courageous young women, and that a transformative NDA education is available for future generations. 

Planned giving can offer creative, strategic ways to support NDA while also providing you and your family with tax and other benefits. Planned gifts come in many forms, such as beneficiary designations, gifts through a will, charitable gift annuities and charitable trust.


Would you like to learn more about planned giving?

Or call us directly:
Office of Advancement
781.749.5930 ext. 2239

Let's discuss how you can including NDA in your estate planning.


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The McAndrew Society

The McAndrew Society honors those who have made Notre Dame Academy part of their legacy through a planned gift. The society was named in honor of Madeline McAndrew, a member of the class of 1926, whose bequest remains one of the largest gifts in school history.

Members of the society have included a bequest provision in their will or trust, or provided for NDA through a retirement plan or insurance policy. Their leadership helps ensure the NDA legacy for future generations.


Ways to Plan Your Gift

Planned gifts can be an effective way to support Notre Dame Academy while still providing for yourself or your family. There are a number of vehicles that can help you reduce or eliminate income, gift, or estate taxes.

Charitable Gift Annuities

A charitable gift annuity is a contract by which you donate assets that are re-invested, providing a regular income stream for you, your spouse, or the individual you designate, for a term of years or for life. The remainder of the annuity then passes to NDA. Charitable gift annuities can offer tax advantages and supplement your retirement income. NDA's charitable gift annuity program is offered through the Archdiocese of Boston.

To learn more about how you can plan your gift to Notre Dame Academy, please contact the Advancement Office at 781.749.5930, ext. 2239.