We are delighted to report that with contributions and pledges, we reached (and exceeded) our goal of 227 gifts for the Community Campaign...one for every student at our school. THANK YOU!
CAN YOU STILL MAKE A CONTRIBUTION? YES!!
Your gift is always welcome, and needed, and we'll count it into the Day of Giving tally. Storm Skylar has given us a snow day to catch up...so please make a contribution and be counted.
If you made a verbal pledge to a volunteer, thank you! We are depending on your donation and are grateful for the support.
Both challenge matches were met!
Our initial $20,000 challenge was met by mid afternoon. Then, another supporter jumped in to offer an additional $5,000 challenge, which was met by the end of the night. This means that almost everyone's donation was doubled! We are so grateful to grandmas Dizzy and Nana, and the two anonymous families who made these matching gifts.
What will my gift do?
Your gift powers every facet of our school:
• 66% for salaries and benefits
• 14% is applied to financial aid
• 12% for campus maintenance
• 8% covers business expenses
Want to talk about your donation or pledge? Call 802.985.2827 ext 216.
IS THERE A giving MINIMUM?
Every gift of any amount will be counted, and it really is true that contributions of all sizes add up to make a big impact. Gifts will go to help all aspects of our school immediately!
Is my Gift TAX DEDUCTIBLE?
Yes. All contributions made on the Day of Giving will count toward and support the Community Campaign. Our school is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and your gift is tax deductible. You will receive a written thank you that will serve as your receipt for tax purposes.
CAN GIFTS BE PERSONALIZED?
Yes! You can make a gift in honor or in memory of a family member, classmate, teacher, or anyone you care about. If you choose to give online you can also include a message to our teachers.
Your support is vital, and deeply appreciated. THANK YOU!
Thank you "Here Comes the Sun" film makers Sam Gauthier '2019 and Dylan Marcinkowski '2019, and Lilli Espenshade '2018, Jeremy Mendicino, and Gregory Foster for the music. (And George Harrison for writing!).