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2019-2020 Annual Fund

This year, the Waldorf School of Atlanta celebrates 100 years of Waldorf education worldwide, together with more than 1,000 Waldorf schools in 80 countries. We invite you to celebrate our school’s role in Waldorf education’s 100-year legacy with Celebrate 100!, the 2019–2020 Annual Fund. Celebrate 100! aims to celebrate childhood, character and connection — the foundations and ideals of our school. The goal of this 100-day campaign is 100% community participation to raise more than $100,000.
As we reflect on our 34-year history as the largest and one of the oldest Waldorf schools in the Southeast,
Celebrate 100! is an opportunity to look ahead, bolster our school’s legacy and elevate our role in the future of Waldorf education.


Make a gift now through PayPal.
Note that all 2019-2020 Annual Fund pledges should be paid in full by June 30, 2020.

Credit Card: Simply click on the donate button above to pay by credit card with PayPal.  


Check:  Make your donation by mailing 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: WSA Development Office, 827 Kirk Road, Decatur, GA 30030


Matching Gifts: Double or triple your annual gift by requesting and submitting a matching gift form from your employer’s Human Resource office.


Please contact the Development Office at (404) 377-1315 at development@waldorfatlanta.org with any questions or to discuss other forms of charitable giving, business partnerships, sponsorships, or in-kind donations.

The Annual Fund is an opportunity for each WSA family and community member to demonstrate their appreciation of WSA by making a meaningful financial donation. Every Annual Fund gift is deeply appreciated and directly supports classroom programs and new initiatives for our children, tuition assistance, faculty development, community education, and facility needs, and enables WSA to maintain our vibrant, robust, and committed educational tradition.