Annual Fund: Gift Clubs


Anne de Xainctonge Associates
$25,000 or More
In the spirit of their courageous namesake, Anne de Xainctonge Associates contribute annual gifts of $25,000 or more. These important donors make it possible to carry Anne’s vision of education into the 21st Century.
Mother Genevieve Guild
$10,000 – $24,999
Named for a well-loved Notre Dame teacher, the Mother Genevieve Guild reminds us of the profound contributions of the school’s talented and dedicated faculty. Members contribute annual gifts of $10,000-$24,999.
President’s Circle
$8,750 – $9,999
Giving at this level enables Notre Dame to offer worthy students the opportunity to experience the rewards and rigors of a Notre Dame education.
Trustees’ Circle
$6,500 – $8,749
Members join those who take a leadership role in the life of our school by providing scholarships for deserving students and investing in the future of Notre Dame.
The Honor Society
$3,000 – $6,499
The names of those who give annual gifts at the level of $3,000-$6,499 are added to the distinguished Honor Society roll call.
Chez Nous Circle
$2,000 – $2,999
Since its beginnings, Notre Dame has been affectionately referred to as chez nous, our home. The phrase describes the warm, family-like atmosphere of the school. Annual givers of $2,000-$2,999 are welcomed to the Chez Nous Circle.
Principal’s Circle
$1,000 – $1,999
Those who annually give $1,000 – $1,999 are invited into our Principal’s Circle. Much like the Principal of Notre Dame, donors at this level represent the very heart of the school.
1912 Club
$500 – $999
Named for the year of Notre Dame’s first class, the 1912 Club reminds us of the long history of the school. Members contribute annual gifts of $500-$999.
Crown and Anchor Club
$100 – $499
Inspired by the key symbols of the Notre Dame School seal, the crown of Mary and the anchor of faith, the Crown and Anchor Club is open to those who give annual gifts of $100-$499.
Other Donations
$1- $99
Notre Dame School is grateful for all donations that help us fulfill the mission of Anne de Xainctonge.

For more information, contact Elizabeth Bixenman at 212-620-5575 x317 or email her at