Tuition Funds Mission. Philanthropy Fuels Vision.
The Whitefield Fund is our highest giving priority because it touches every life that is part of our learning community. Outside of tuition, philanthropic gifts from families, friends, and foundations are an important source of revenue for the school.
Last year more than 300 parents, faculty, alumni, grandparents and friends expressed their confidence in Whitefield's vision through their gifts and dedicated service. We invite you to join them by making a gift today!
The Whitefield Fund Vision
The 2023-2024 Whitefield fund campaign goal is $200,000 to fund financial aid, faculty support, and ensure the school's long term stability. The Herzog Foundation has generously committed to matching our goal up to 10% or $20,000!
Historically financial assistance has been awarded to one-third of students. Gifts directly impact Whitefield scholars who may otherwise not have access to a high-quality, faith-based education.
Whitefield prioritizes developing, supporting, and retaining faculty. Our students greatly benefit from well-cared for faculty and staff.
Gifts to this priority ensure the financial sustainability of the school by providing flexible support for unforeseen needs and expenses.
The Selby Memorial Scholarship Fund
The Selby Scholarship Fund will assist those with financial need, with priority given to minority students.
Why We Give
It is a priceless blessing to hear your grandchildren sing about putting their hope in God. We have Whitefield to thank! Every dollar makes Whitefield stronger.Lauren & Richard English, Grandparents
Giving to Whitefield is an investment in our children's futures, laying a firm academic and spiritual foundation.JAdin & Kristen Winberg, PARENTS
Have a question about giving?
Contact Development Manager, Amber Cordell at 816-444-3567 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you to the Whitefield Fund Cabinet volunteers, the Development Quartet and our generous community of supporters. Your gifts will have a lasting impact on each student at Whitefield.Amber Cordell, Development manager