Thanks to ongoing support from parents, grandparents, alumni families, trustees, and friends, the Waldorf School of Atlanta has provided a unique educational program for nearly 30 years.
The Annual Fund is our school's primary fundraising vehicle to cover the gap between tuition and operating costs. Your support of the Annual Fund allows us to strive for excellence in a variety of capacities; from tuition assistance, faculty enrichment and community education to basic classroom and facility needs. Your gift is one of the most profound statements of support our school can receive. No gift is too small and each one is deeply valued.
Because outside organizations interested in supporting our program often ask about the support provided by our families, it is vital that every family make an Annual Fund contribution. The role of the Annual Fund has been and remains a vital element in the Waldorf School of Atlanta's present excellence and future success.
Download Annual Fund brochure and pledge card
We have two exciting Annual Fund promotions this year.
The Sun Circle Challenge - We have hit the ground running thanks to a generous donor who has presented uswith a $10,000 challenge pledge. Our donor will match every new member who joins the Sun Circle (a gift of $1,000 or more) up to $10, 000. If you everconsidered becoming a Sun Circle member, this is the year to do it!
The Sustaining Donor Challenge - Click here to start.
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As you make your Annual Fund gift, please consider these options…
Go to our online donation page
to pay by credit card.
: Make you full donation by mailing in a check or dropping it off at the school office. Checks made out to the Waldorf School of Atlanta Annual Fund may be sent to:
Waldorf School of Atlanta
c/o Paul McClendon
827 Kirk Road
Decatur, GA 30030
Double or triple your annual gift by requesting and submitting a matching gift form from your employer’s Human Resource Office.
Take a full charitable deduction and avoid capital gains taxes by donating appreciated securities to The Waldorf School of Atlanta.
Please contact the Development Office at (404) 377-1315 or email Paul McClendon at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss other forms of charitable giving to the Waldorf School of Atlanta.