Your gifts to the Geneva Fund enable the School to fulfill its mission of providing an excellent classical education within a Christian perspective. Your gifts are needed, are fully deductible, and are much appreciated.
Each year the Geneva Fund provides vital and unrestricted support for the basic operations of the School: professional development, scholastic programming, financial aid, athletic and extracurricular programs. Every gift makes a difference in the lives of our students. Thank you for supporting Geneva School!
Geneva Fund FAQ:
Where does my Fund contribution go?
The Geneva Fund ensures that the mission of the School can be carried out each year within budget. The Fund provides for ongoing support of all School academic initiatives, professional development, athletic teams, and arts programs.
How do I give a matching gift from my employer or company?
Many companies match the contributions made by an employee or spouse through a matching gift program. As the donor, you will receive credit for both the original gift and the matching gift amount. In this way, your gift is doubled! Contact the Director of Development if you need any assistance with securing a matching gift.
Why is 100% participation so important?
We always stress to our School families the importance of 100% participation. While some families will be able to give a large gift, others will not be able to do so. All gifts are important and appreciated. Full participation from School families, Board members, staff, and faculty communicates to our external donors and prospective foundations the level of commitment from those within the community who are most closely associated with the School. Every gift makes a difference in the lives of our students.
What’s so great about generosity?
As a community of Christian believers, we know first-hand the lavish blessing of eternal life from our loving Heavenly Father. For Christians, generosity expresses in tangible ways the goodness we have received from God. In the Bible, generosity is linked to one’s contentment of spirit (Philippians 4), to a rich understanding of God's grace, and to the pursuit of excellence: “But since you excel in everything—in faith, in speech, in knowledge, in complete earnestness and in the love we have kindled in you—see that you also excel in this grace of giving” (2 Corinthians 8:7).