Posts Tagged ‘fundraising’

power of participation

Put your money where your heart is and join us in this year’s $130,000 campaign fundraising efforts. Gifts to PSCS are fully tax deductible and are used for tuition and program aid. Your #participation, at any level, is imperative to the growth, diversity, and sustainibility of pscs. n.\ po·wer \ ’paù(-ə)r a. the capacity to…

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Matching Gift Challenge

$15,000 Matching Gift Challenge for Tuition Aid At PSCS, we ask our seniors to show extra leadership within the school community. Our senior parents have risen to that same challenge, donating in an effort to encourage other families and friends to give now to our 2016 Spring Appeal. Our 10 graduating families have all given…

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The word is out!

FOXed Up, Student DJ, Popsicle Stick Bridges and Other Fun at PSCS… Excerpt from the latest Newsletter: “…This episode is important for two reasons. First: The other school is not actually the weird school. Just like families, whether you are also an FBI dad and a forensic genius mom, two secret agent dads, two sets…

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Thank you!

As of June 30, 2013 PSCS made $114K of our $115K Annual Giving goal! With over 325 individual donations, 20 corporate matching gifts from 8 companies, and a huge push from our alumni, this was a great year for community philanthropy! Thanks especially to Daisy Gilman for all her hard work on behalf of PSCS…

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$15K in 15 Days

Passion & Purpose Put your money where your heart is. Thanks to the kindness and generosity of our amazing friends and families, we are over halfway to 15K! Since this campaign began on June 17, PSCS has had no less than 56 new donations, from alumni, alum families, parents, grandparents, volunteers, staff, board members, and…

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“10 Stories in 10 Days” fundraiser a big success!

Thanks to everyone who supported our “10 Stories in 10 Days” spring fundraiser! In case you missed it, feel free to follow the links below and read all about it.   Story No. 1: Workplace of the future Story No. 2: PSCS extends beyond the students Story No. 3: Miracle school Story No. 4: Learning…

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