There are many ways to make a gift to UNIS, which are detailed below. Contact the Advancement Office with any questions at (212) 584-3135 or email@example.com.
credit cardMake a gift online anytime by visiting our Make a Gift page.
checkMake your check payable to UNIS and send to:
UNIS Advancement Office
24-50 FDR Drive
New York, NY 10010
phoneYou may call the Advancement Office at +1-212-584-3135 to make your gift over the phone with a credit card.
securities or electronic funds transferPlease call the Advancement Office at +1-212-584-3135 and ask for our stock or funds transfer instructions
recurring giftsYou can opt to schedule monthly, quarterly or weekly automatic credit card gifts. Choose "recurring" in the Payment Options question of the form that states I will be paying a
employer matching gift programsMany employers have a matching gift program or policy that can double or triple the amount of a donation by an employee or spouse. UNIS credits the individual donor for the total gift.
gifts in honor or memory of someoneShare your gift of support in honor or in memory of those dear to you by making a note of the person you wish to recognize with your gift. We will send a note to the family or the person as you direct. Please indicate the name and address of the person you wish to be notified of your gift in the comments section of the form. We will only tell the recipient that you made a gift, and will not tell them the amount of your gift.
estate planningEstate gifts are a wonderful way to support UNIS and to celebrate the legacy of our mission. There are many way to establish estate gifts (also called planned gifts). They include adding UNIS as a beneficiary of your retirement account, adding UNIS as the beneficiary in you last will and testament, establishing charitable gift annuities and charitable trusts, and gifting assets such as real estate and personal property such as art or jewelry. Please contact the Advancement Office at +1-212-584-3135 or firstname.lastname@example.org and ask assistance.
The UNIS Fund is the annual giving appeal that helps us enhance our academic programs, service programs, the arts, and athletics.
Gifts to the UNIS Fund make a tangible difference in the teachers we hire, the international curriculum, language courses and enrichment programs we provide and the arts and athletic programs we offer.
The UNIS Board of Trustees, parents, alumni, past parents, grandparents, faculty and staff all make gifts to The UNIS Fund every year.
When giving to the UNIS Fund, you can decide where you would like your funds to go or allow the school to determine where those funds are best allocated.
UNIS Fund - General: supports the current year’s academic, arts, and athletic programs. The school will allocate the funds to the areas of greatest need.
UNIS Fund - Academics: supports this year's academic programs.
UNIS Fund - Arts: supports this year's visual and performing arts program.
UNIS Fund - Athletics: supports this year's athletics program.
UNIS Fund - Service: supports this year's service program.
A growing and vibrant UNIS Fund is vital to our mission to provide the best education for our students
UNIS, with the support of the Uy family, has set up the "Salvador Uy Memorial Scholarship Fund" in honor of the significant impact Sal has left on UNIS as a student, alumni, parent, and administrator.
This scholarship represents what Sal meant to UNIS, his family, and his friends. Sal was named the 1983 U Thant Scholar, the highest achievement that a UNIS graduate can receive.
The U Thant award is presented each year to a Tut 3 (11th grade) student at UNIS who is in high academic standing, whose life and contribution to the school have embodied the principles of the UN Charter, and whose activities and involvement at UNIS have clearly demonstrated respect for other individuals. Nominees for the award are screened for academic eligibility and are voted on by the Tutorial House Faculty based on selection criteria provided.
The Salvador Uy Memorial Scholarship will be granted to the U Thant Scholar to support financial expenses incurred during his/her senior year at UNIS. The Class of 2020, which Sal's son Oliver is part of, pledged $1,000 to start this fund. We plan to create an endowment fund for this scholarship to live in perpetuity.