Just like dropping a pebble into a quiet pond, your gift in support of Casa di Mir Montessori School creates results that extend far beyond the imagination.
When you give to Casa di Mir Montessori School’s “Imagine the Ripple Effect” annual fund, you close the gap between tuition and operating costs. By doing this, you make a true Casa education possible for each and every student. Think of the ripple effect!
Which programs are possible only because of your gift? Just look:
Each family is asked to consider a gift of $1,000, though some will give more, others less, depending on their means. All gifts are received with gratitude.
And there are many easy ways to give!
Make your check payable to: Casa di Mir. Write “Annual Fund” as a note. Mail to: Casa di Mir Montessori School, 90 E. Latimer Ave., Campbell, CA 95008.
Employer match programs add thousands of dollars every year to Casa di Mir’s Annual Fund Drive. To see if your employer will match your donation to Casa, visit our Double the Donation page.
Not ready to make a gift? Then make a pledge. A pledge is your commitment to give a specific sized financial gift by a certain date. And if you’ve given through your employer program, sending a pledge is a great way to notify us that your gift is on the way. Your pledge is added to the annual fund tally and participation rate. Email your pledge today!
This Year’s Goal: $110,000 with 100% participation from all current families.
CURRENT TALLY: $122,144.72 in pledges and 77% participation rate as of 02/16/18. Thank you to all who have given! But as you see, we still have work to do to get to 100% participation. Help move these figures higher for Casa students. Give today!
Q: If Casa reaches its financial goal, does the participation goal still matter?
A: Yes! A high participation rate brings in more funds for the school and is a demonstration of support for the community. Look at the 2016-17 annual report to see what was accomplished with dollars that went above and beyond goal last year with 90% participation. In addition, Casa applies for grant dollars to help with operational costs. Grant makers look at the annual fund participation rate as an indicator of the community’s support of Casa’s mission. A participation rate near or at 100% can help land a grant.
Casa di Mir is a 501c(3) non-profit school (tax ID 77-0280511). Donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.
“I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples.” —Mother Teresa