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Support Woodland Christian High School
To provide students with the best resources, Woodland relies on support from families, alumni and faculty/staff along with businesses, churches and friends throughout the greater Woodland community. There are various types of support – volunteerism, donations, and school promotions. These efforts are coordinated by the Development Department to effectively represent Woodland and to serve its constituencies. To this end, the Development Department takes an integrated approach to giving by coordinating annual giving, tuition assistance, capital giving, planned giving, alumni relations, public relations, marketing and stewardship.
Annual giving is critical to the financial foundation of the school. In all cases, some level of participation by all members of the Woodland Christian High School community is strongly encouraged. Annual giving generates the much needed funding to support the school’s operating budget. Every student benefits from annual giving because the money raised directly supports classroom materials, teacher salaries, and student activities. At Woodland Christian High School, annual giving is accomplished through the annual spring fund drive. The Nurturing the Vision Campaign is coordinated by volunteers from each Woodland chapter. This activity provides an opportunity for the Woodland family to become involved by volunteering, soliciting donations, and picking up donations.
Financial Aid and Scholarships
Donations designated to specific individuals are not tax deductible. Tax-deductible gifts to the Woodland Christian High School Tuition Assistance Fund are appreciated and will be disbursed annually by the Finance Committee and Business Administrator.
Woodland Christian High School is actively engaged in raising funds to complete the school’s campus master plan. The exemplary facilities at Woodland are evidence of the generous and sacrificial support of many individuals, families and foundations. Capital giving provides donors the opportunity to extend their values and preserve their interest while meeting their needs. As in all areas of giving, donors’ interests are central to this process.
Planned giving offers individuals and families a way of making charitable donations to the school through outright gifts, bequests, life income gifts and the creation of endowed funds. The Director of Development at Woodland Christian High School is prepared to assist families interested in giving to the school as a part of their overall financial and estate planning.