Why I Give
Our donors know that every gift has an impact. Learn more about why our donors give to St. Paul's. Click here to tell us why you support our School.
The St. Paul's Fund is a fundamental component in providing an excellent overall experience for our children. It provides countless terrific opportunities for both the students and faculty that would otherwise be rendered out of reach financially. Many of these opportunities we incorrectly assume as parents are born from our tuition expenditure.
-Bricen Weeks, Parent
I donate to St. Paul's because I believe in the mission and vision of the School. I appreciate the investment that the School has made in Savon. SPS goes the extra mile to ensure that each student's learning experience is rich and unique. SPS is a family, a community that wraps itself around the student and their families. When I explain to parents what their tuition covers, the expenses that the school incurs and what is still needed to make the experience great and what an annual gift can do, it is like a lightbulb goes off. They get it! They want their boys to have it all. Giving doesn't have to be some huge amount, it's what you can give. However, once you believe in SPS it's hard not to give!
- Colette Thomas, Parent
We are a St. Paul’s family. My husband and three children attended SP. I know first hand what a difference a St. Paul's experience can make. This is a special place filled with opportunities to learn outside the box, academically, athletically, spiritually and through the arts. I give to SP because I love the school, its mission and its impact on the world.
- Jeanne Windsor, St. Paul's Faculty and Alumni Parent
I give to St. Paul's School because I want the students to have the same great opportunities that I enjoyed over my 13 years at the School. The School has always done a fantastic job of supporting students passions as well as introducing them to new experiences through sports, arts, and technologies. St. Paul's had and continues to have a major impact on my life both socially and professionally.
- C.J. Ilardo '03