“I finally had no limitations to stop me. Although navigating two worlds at once was a challenge, the disparities and back-to-back transitioning helped me find my place.”
– Zhamoyani McMillan
The Groton School ’16 | Princeton University ’21
Your support furthers our legacy of college access and success for the brightest and most deserving students in New York City, who we believe if given the chance, can make a positive impact on their communities and the world at large. We hope that you continue to believe in it—in us.
We hope that you will consider making a gift this year.
Make a lasting impact in our students’ lives
Checks can be made payable to The TEAK Fellowship and mailed to:
16 West 22nd Street, 3rd Floor, New York, NY 10010.
To make a gifts of stock or to arrange a wire transfer please contact Michelle Kim, [email protected], 212-288-6678, ext 103.
Don’t forget to ask your company if it has a matching gifts program so that your gift can go twice as far.
We gladly accept in-kind gifts – including computers, school supplies, business & business casual clothing, event tickets, and much more! – for our students’ use. Please contact us for more details.
Many people choose to express their commitment to our work by remembering The TEAK Fellowship in their estate plans. Planned gifts, including bequests, create and extraordinary opportunity to provide the much needed resources that will enable us to carry out our mission.
If you wish to designate your gift to TEAK, consider using this sample language:
“I wish to remember The TEAK Fellowship, a qualifying not-for-profit IRS Code 501(c)3 organization with a gift in the amount of $_______, or a designated % of my charitable estate, for its general uses and purposes.
Start Your Own Campaign
We welcome others to start campaigns to benefit TEAK. Whether it’s participating in a marathon, setting up a local community event, a Mitzvah project, or other creative fundraising ideas, we would love to hear your ideas. Please contact Tara Reed, [email protected] Associate Development Director, to start a campaign.