Country Day Fund

Overview

The Country Day Fund

THE 2021-22 COUNTRY DAY FUND

Each year, all members of our community are asked to make a tax-deductible gift to the Country Day Fund. The Country Day Fund contributes to the current year’s operating budget and helps pay for the everyday essentials our school needs to maintain and enhance our small class sizes, robust programming and world-class faculty.

The Country Day Fund not only has an immediate impact on our students, it is our vehicle to honor and perpetuate the deep tradition of philanthropy at Country Day. Gifts of every size from faculty, staff, parents, alumni, grandparents, parents of alumni and students make a difference and shout our Country Day pride!

Donors can choose to designate their gift to the particular area of the operational budget that they find most meaningful.

  • Area of Greatest Need
  • Athletics and Physical Education
  • Faculty Support and Professional Development
  • Innovation & Technology
  • Inclusion, Diversity & Equity
  • Performing and Visual Arts
  • Tuition Assistance​

Should designated contributions exceed a designation’s budgeted need, the school will direct the gift to the area of greatest need. The Country Day Fund opens on July 1 each year, and all payments are due by June 30 the following year.

GIVING LEVELS
Leadership Circle • $25,000 and above
Founders Circle • $10,000-$24,999
Visionaries Circle • $5,000-$9,999
Patrons Circle • $2,500-$4,999
Benefactors • $1,000-$2,499
Scholars • $500-$999
Friends • $1-$499

THE 2021-22 COUNTRY DAY FUND

Each year, all members of our community are asked to make a tax-deductible gift to the Country Day Fund. The Country Day Fund contributes to the current year’s operating budget and helps pay for the everyday essentials our school needs to maintain and enhance our small class sizes, robust programming and world-class faculty.

The Country Day Fund not only has an immediate impact on our students, it is our vehicle to honor and perpetuate the deep tradition of philanthropy at Country Day. Gifts of every size from faculty, staff, parents, alumni, grandparents, parents of alumni and students make a difference and shout our Country Day pride!

Donors can choose to designate their gift to the particular area of the operational budget that they find most meaningful.

  • Area of Greatest Need
  • Athletics and Physical Education
  • Faculty Support and Professional Development
  • Innovation & Technology
  • Inclusion, Diversity & Equity
  • Performing and Visual Arts
  • Tuition Assistance​

Should designated contributions exceed a designation’s budgeted need, the school will direct the gift to the area of greatest need. The Country Day Fund opens on July 1 each year, and all payments are due by June 30 the following year.

GIVING LEVELS
Leadership Circle • $25,000 and above
Founders Circle • $10,000-$24,999
Visionaries Circle • $5,000-$9,999
Patrons Circle • $2,500-$4,999
Benefactors • $1,000-$2,499
Scholars • $500-$999
Friends • $1-$499

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Country Day Fund Impact Report 2020-21

Dear Country Day Community,

Thanks to your generosity, Country Day students continue to learn, grow, and thrive despite even the most challenging circumstances. When you give to Country Day you are investing in the bright future of diverse students from all over Sacramento, across the country, and across the world. Your donations literally give the gift of an outstanding Country Day education.

Thank you for investing in our school, in our students, and in our community.

With deep gratitude,

Lee Thomsen
Head of School