Your support makes Branksome Hall possible.

Donations help keep Branksome Hall remarkable. We rely on the generosity of Branksome parents, alumnae, grandparents, employees and other friends for all we do. Community giving has a positive and direct impact on all areas of Branksome, from our innovative academic and co-curricular programs to our world-class facilities and life-changing student financial assistance offerings. Meet some of our donors.
Annual Appeal
The Annual Appeal is the primary vehicle for philanthropy at Branksome. Donations can be directed to the Principal’s Fund (for the school’s greatest needs) or to a specific program, project or area. Gifts of all sizes are appreciated and make a difference to our students’ Branksome experience. Annual Appeal donors are recognized in our annual Donor and Giving Report. For more information, please contact or 416-920-6265 ext. 212.
Major and Campaign Gifts
Branksome is grateful to our many community members who choose to make major gifts in support of a particular school program, facility or campaign. Gifts of this magnitude, which can be pledged over multiple years, typically range from $25,000 to those in the seven-figures. In addition to being listed in Branksome’s annual Donor and Giving Report, major and campaign donors also receive additional, personalized recognition. For more information, please contact or 416-920-6265 ext. 212.
Legacy Giving
The 10 Elm Society recognizes donors who have chosen to make a legacy gift to Branksome. Legacy gifts (also known as planned gifts) can include bequests as well as gifts of life insurance, among other vehicles. 10 Elm Society members are listed in our annual Donor and Giving Report. To learn more about Legacy Giving, please click here

For more information, please contact or 416-920-6265 ext. 212.

Branksome Hall is a registered charity and issues receipts to donors for Canadian tax purposes.

Land Acknowledgement

We wish to acknowledge this land on which Branksome operates. For thousands of years, it has been the traditional land of the Huron-Wendat, the Seneca, and most recently, the Mississaugas of the Credit River. Today, this meeting place is still the home to many Indigenous peoples from across Turtle Island and we are grateful to have the opportunity to work and go to school on this land.
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10 Elm Ave, Toronto, ON, Canada
M4W 1N4
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