Breck Giving Week is May 26 - May 29
As we approach the end of the school year, this the week to come together for Breck! During Giving Week, the entire community is invited to join together to celebrate Breck by supporting the Annual Fund.
“Because tuition alone does not cover the full cost of a Breck education, the school relies on Annual Giving,” explains alumnae and current Breck parent Tracey Breazeale ’84, who is chairing the Annual Fund along with her husband Jeff. “An annual gift to Breck supports the school’s challenging and innovative academic programs, faculty professional development, arts, athletics, extra-curricular activities, as well as all of the campus-wide upgrades that have kept our students together.”
At Breck, our Episcopal Identity calls us to be stalwart in our commitment to supporting each other, especially when faced with the new challenges of today. Every gift demonstrates your commitment to our students, and shows them the important value we place on giving back to the community.
“We’re closing in on our goal for the 20-21 fiscal year, which ends on June 30,” notes Tracey. “If you’ve not yet done so, we ask that you use this week to join Jeff and me and make your annual fund gift to Breck to show your commitment to preparing our students for lives of intellectual curiosity, self-knowledge, and social responsibility.”
Watch for more information on how to participate on May 26th when our special Giving Week website goes live!
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