Wise School Annual Giving (Early Childhood)

Last year, we initiated the first and very successful Wise School Early Childhood Annual Giving campaign. Through the generous gifts from our parents we expanded our ability to offer enriching programs that specifically touched the children in our Early Childhood program.


Our Fundraising Goal

Our 2016-17 Annual Giving campaign has the same goal in mind as last year…100% participation among our school families. Under the leadership of our Annual Giving Committee and our WPA Presidents, Sherly Daneshgar and Orley Melamed, we will work hard to exceed our goal, as we successfully did last year, thanks to your generosity. Last year we achieved a 93% participation rate among Wise School parents who contributed to Annual Giving, a significant increase from the previous year. In addition, 100% of our teachers and faculty also made a gift.

Parents’ meaningful participation in the campaign supports the people and programs that make our early childhood department so unique – talented and dedicated teachers, small classes, and extra-curricular resources. All of this translates into stellar, personalized care, increased intellectual stimulation, and the opportunity to introduce programs that will nurture the whole child. Wise School Early Childhood is in a league of its own.

Direct Your Giving

You will have the opportunity to direct your gift to one or more of the following, which will benefit your child and will continue to build our school’s future.

  • EC General Fund
  • USC Curriculum Partnership
  • Campus Safety Enhancements
  • Enrichment Activities

Your Support Makes a Difference

In the coming weeks, you will receive a phone call from one of our dedicated committee parents who will respond to your questions, explain the campaign in greater detail, and ask for a contribution this year. Your participation is a vote of confidence that supports the vision and mission of Wise School.

To make a gift in support of Wise School, click here or contact Jessica Lebovits, Director of Development, at 310.889.2276 or [email protected].