Make a Gift
Donate to the Post Oak Fund
This annual request for support has always been a critical source of funding for The Post Oak School, and we are grateful to the over 90% of our community that contributes yearly. Your gifts help make Post Oak what it is.
Your tax-deductible gift provides extra support to the operating budget in many ways such as increasing the amount available for financial aid and faculty professional development. The Post Oak Fund covers an annual sabbatical for faculty to dive deep into an area of interest that will broaden their teaching expertise. When there are unbudgeted expenses such as unexpected facility repairs, the Post Oak Fund is there to make sure the school can cover those expenses without sacrificing programs.
The Post Oak Fund positions the school to have financial stability and flexibility that allows it to fulfill its mission and serve its students. It is our hope that every Post Oak family will contribute an amount that is meaningful for them.
Contributions to The Post Oak Fund support numerous activities.
These annual giving gifts are tax-deductible, and payments can be made until May of the giving year. Gifts may also be eligible for matching funds from employers. Our financial goal is for the Fund is $400,000. Each family is strongly encouraged to give to its ability and to fulfill pledged commitments.
The Founders Society
Contributors of $10,000 to the Post Oak Fund are members of the Founders Society. As a member of this giving group, you are invited to a special dinner on May 7 with the head of school.
The Leadership Circle
Consider becoming a member of the Leadership Circle through a contribution of $3,000 to the Post Oak Fund. Members are invited to an exclusive spring reception.
- What is the Post Oak Annual Fund?
- What is this year’s Post Oak Fund goal?
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- What are the Leadership Circle and Founders Society?
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