At Beauvoir, we celebrate a tradition of philanthropy dating back more than 80 years. This strong culture of giving elevates the School to new heights and ensures that Beauvoir is a leader in early childhood education. We appreciate every gift made by parents, alumni, grandparents, faculty and staff, and friends.
Giving to Beauvoir includes:
Annual Giving, the school’s most important giving priority, provides critical funds towards our operating budget that ensures Beauvoir can offer extraordinary learning experiences for our children each year. All gifts, at any level, support key initiatives that include professional development for teachers, financial aid, reimagining learning spaces and innovative technology tools. It is our hope that every family will make a meaningful gift towards Annual Giving. All parents will receive information about Annual Giving in the fall.
The Scholarship Benefit
, hosted by the Parents Association, is the school’s largest community-building event that raises important additional funds to support the financial aid program. Since 1975, this annual event has relied on countless hours of parent volunteer time and sponsorship donations from members of the community. Proceeds from the event support approximately 30 percent of the School’s financial aid budget. There are many ways to participate that include volunteering on a committee, donating items for bidding, serving as a corporate sponsor or event underwriter, and making a gift to the Fund a Scholar Program before or during the event. We hope you will join us in celebrating this incredible Beauvoir tradition. If you are interested in volunteering or making a donation, please contact Geoff Johnson, Director of Institutional Advancement (202-537-6490; email@example.com
Capital and Endowment Giving invests in Beauvoir’s future and ensures the school can provide an extraordinary early childhood education program for many years to come. If you are interested in learning more about these leadership giving opportunities, please contact Geoff Johnson, Director of Institutional Advancement (202-537-6490; firstname.lastname@example.org).