Kimberton Waldorf School

Kimberton Waldorf School

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Community Spirit Fund

Each year, Kimberton Waldorf School depends on parents, grandparents, alumni, faculty, staff and friends to make an annual gift. Your tax-deductible contribution to the Community Spirit Fund campaign keeps our school healthy. It bridges the gap between revenue from tuition and the total expenses incurred while providing our quality education. This year, KWS has two goals: raising $250,000 to help bridge the gap between tuition and operating expenses and reaching 95% current family participation.

And every year, we count on the generosity of so many in order to make our annual fund campaign a success. This community effort helps us provide a range of educational programs and services that, without funding, would remain beyond our reach. We cherish our breadth of events and traditions, integrated art, music, and sports curriculums, foreign language, practical arts, and extraordinary academic programs. Your gifts are the key to continuing the excellence of the programs of Kimberton Waldorf School and the precious community life that unfolds beyond the classroom.

Every gift counts. No matter the size of your gift, your donation supports the ongoing operations of the school. In addition to the annual monetary goal, Kimberton Waldorf School's Community Spirit Fund campaign has a 95% participation goal from current parents, trustees, and employees. High participation is a vote of confidence, a sign that parents invest in their children’s welfare and support the School’s mission. This percentage can also have an impact on gifts from outside sources such as foundations, businesses, and individuals. When these potential donors know that the immediate community supports the school, they feel confident that their gifts will be well utilized. 95% is a way for each of us to make a gift to each other, to know that we thrive together as a community.

If you have questions, please contact Seth Bacon, this year's annual fund chair, at .

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