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Make a Gift

Thank you for considering a gift to The Boys’ Latin School of Maryland. 

Your donation to the Laker Fund supports all aspects of a life-changing  Boys’ Latin education including innovative and personalized academic programs, updated classroom technology, faculty compensation, scholarships, financial aid and so much more.  We strive to instill in every boy the ability to see the best within himself — and the courage to pursue it —  and your generosity allows us to provide our boys with the opportunities they so richly deserve.


 To ensure eligibility for a 2021 tax deduction, all gifts must be postmarked on or before 11:59 PM on December 31, and credit card gifts must be received by 11:59 PM EST on December 31, 2021. 

If you have any questions or need assistance making your gift, please email, call 410-377-5192 ext. 1334, or reach out directly to any member of the development team. 

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Donors who work to further the Boys’ Latin legacy with their leadership support of $1,844 or greater within the current school year earn membership into the Boys' Latin Society. We are grateful to these generous donors and as a small thank-you, members of the Boys’ Latin Society are invited to an annual reception. 


Boys' Latin's giving clubs recognize dedicated donors for their investment in the future of our students and advancing the mission and values of Boys' Latin. 


Cumulative gifts of $25,000 or more to The Laker Fund entitle one membership in the Jack H. Williams Society.  Jack Williams, a 1938 Boys’ Latin alumnus, led the effort to find the property to build Boys’ Latin School on the grounds where it is located today.  A practicing attorney, Jack left his law firm in 1962 to become Boys’ Latin’s second headmaster on Lake Avenue.  Donors who consistently and generously give to Boys’ Latin, as Jack Williams did, become members of this society named in his honor.