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· Serving Students with Special Needs since 1831 ·

Library & Literacy Fund

Thank you for your interest in supporting NYISE.
We believe every contribution matters and every contributor matters.
Our Literacy and Library Fund is used to support the purchase of large print and braille books, magazines, audio books, and literacy materials for our Edward R. Finch Library. Used by approximately 80% of our students throughout the academic year, our library provides a nurturing environment rich with the knowledge, history, and hope that literature offers to readers of all ages and abilities. 
Every book added to our library brings with it the potential to impact the lives of our students for years to come!
Click here to help buy books for our library by making a secure online donation to our Library and Literacy Fund today.
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Cash Gifts 
Gifts made with cash, check or credit card immediately benefit NYISE and are often the easiest method of giving. 
For gifts by check, please print and complete our donation form and mail it in with your check to the address below:
New York Institute for Special Education
ATTN: Development Department
999 Pelham Parkway
Bronx, NY 10469
NYISE's EIN number is 13-1740010. Contributions to NYISE are tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.


Privacy Policy: We keep your personal information private and secure. When you make a payment through Donor Perfect, you provide your name, contact information, payment information, and additional information related to your transaction. We use this information to process your payment and to ensure your payment is correctly credited to your account. Click here to view NYISE's unabridged privacy policy.

100% Support: All online donations are securely processed by Donor Perfect, with a 3% transaction fee to cover credit card fees, bank fees, and other processing costs. Please consider chipping in an additional 3% so 100% of your donation amount goes to NYISE.

Questions: Call (718) 519-7000 x667 or email