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Thank you for considering a gift of stock to benefit children at Clarke.

To make a gift of stock, please instruct your broker to make the transfer to:

First Clearing LLC
DTC 0141
Clarke Schools Account 2123-4022
EIN 04-2104008

Thomas Manzi, Wells Fargo
413.788.6111

Your name may not accompany the electronic transfer of shares. Please notify us at develop@clarkeschools.org or 413.584.3450 with the information below in order to correctly identify, value and receipt your gift in a timely manner:

  • Donor’s name
  • Stock information (number of shares, name of stock and symbol)
  • Originating broker
  • Designation of gift (if applicable)

Our Stories

From left, Molly Schoenfeld, MS, CCC-SLP, TSSLD, Clarke speech-language pathologist, in tVISIT sessions with Leah and her mother, Kim

Leah

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Muhammad

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Leighton

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