Gifts to the Academy
Philanthropic gifts to The Governor's Academy are as vitally important to the school’s future today as they were when Governor William Dummer bequeathed his family farm to create a school in 1763. Today, more so than ever, there are many ways to support the Academy, including gifts to The Governor's Fund, the endowment, capital projects, and planned gifts through wills and trusts.
To learn more about achieving your philanthropic goals and supporting the Academy, please contact the Office of Advancement at 978.499.3185.
|The 1763 Society~$50,000 and above|
|The Milestone Society~$25,000-$49,999|
|The William Dummer Society~$10,000-$24,999|
|The Elm Street Society~$5,000-$9,999|
|The Master Moody Society~$2,500-$4,999|
|The Head of School's Society~$1,000-$2,499|
|The Lt. Governor's Society (graduates of the last decade)~$100 and above|
|Duncan Phillips Society 2+ years of consecutive giving to The Governor's Fund|
CORPORATE MATCHING GIFTS
Many companies offer a matching gift program to encourage employees to contribute to non-profit organizations. These programs allow you to potentially double, or even triple the value of your gift!
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HEAD OF SCHOOL NEWSLETTER
Anything is Possible, A Newsletter from the Head of School is published twice annually. Follow the latest news from Govs and learn about the progress of With True Courage, The Campaign for Governor’s.
INVESTING IN OUR FUTURE
With True Courage, The Campaign for Governor’s will enhance every aspect of the Governor’s experience. Our comprehensive fundraising campaign, launched in October 2017, has three focus areas: endowment, annual fund, and capital projects. Growing the endowment will allow the Academy to fund additional student financial aid and robust professional development for our faculty. The Governor’s Fund, our annual fund, is needed every year to supplement tuition dollars and sustain our programs, curriculum, and campus. Finally, we have three exciting capital projects planned: a new environmental studies center on the banks of the Parker River, a renovated and expanded student center, and new faculty housing.