Ways to Give to Community Prep

Financial support to Community Prep can take several forms.  No matter how you support the school, your contribution will directly impact our students as they work hard to acheive the lofty goals they have set for themselves.

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The Annual Fund is the essential source of tuition assistance for Community Prep students. Each year the school must raise $1.25 million for this purpose. Contributions to this fund directly impact financial assistance offered to students.

Community Prep Annual Fund Donor Levels:

Headmaster's Club--Charter $40,000 or more
Headmaster's Club--Leadership $25,000 - $39,999
Headmaster's Club--Pioneer $13,000 - $24,999
Sponsors $6,500 - $12,999
Partners $3,000 - $6,499
Patrons $1,500 - $2,999
Contributors $750 - $1,499
Boosters $300 - $749
Benefactor $150 - 299
Friends $149 or less








Community Prep's endowment has grown to more than $20 million thanks to the generosity of our donors and careful financial management. Continuing to grow the endowment is crucial to the school reaching the depth of program that will sustain its future. Endowment allows the school to permanently fund scholarships, programs, and staff positions. A gift of 20 times the cost of the funded item will endow it in your name forever. Please contact  Dan Corley at 401-521-9696 to learn more.

Community Prep welcomes the opportunity to work with individual donors who would like to support CP while maximizing tax considerations and potential life income associated with specially planned charitable gifts or estates. Donors may fund gifts with a variety of assets including cash, stocks, bonds, real estate, or life insurance. Individuals who name Community Prep in their estate plans are recognized as members of the Founders' Society and are honored at a special annual event. Click here to learn more about planned giving at Community Prep.

Community Prep's annual events provide many opportunities for individual and corporate sponsorships. Contact Diane Ellis at 401-521-9697 ext. 3 for more information.

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