CH Fund Logo: Now, More Than Ever, Thank You!
 
Now, more than ever the Campbell Hall Annual Fund (CH Fund) is the school’s highest philanthropic priority. The CH Fund makes up a portion of the school’s operating budget which, due to the pandemic, has been stretched thin in order to meet the demands of this unique and challenging moment. With your help, we can reach this year’s CH Fund goal and meet this moment for our students. Please give or pledge your support by June 30.

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  • Campbell Hall faculty is made up of 150 dedicated teachers and specialists doing truly essential work.

    • More than 60% of the school’s budget supports faculty and staff salaries and benefits so we are able to attract and retain the best educators.
    • Each year, teachers collectively engage in more than 2,000 hours of professional development, providing them with the latest educational tools and resources which in turn, positively impacts student achievement.
    If attracting and retaining the best educators means more to you NOW, MORE THAN EVER, direct your support to: Faculty Support

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  • Increasing access to educational opportunity is among Campbell Hall’s core values.

    • 29% of students are currently receiving financial assistance.
    • More than 120 students whose families have been adversely affected by the pandemic received emergency tuition relief for the 2020-21 school year and requests for financial aid are expected to increase during this time.
    If maintaining socioeconomic diversity and helping CH families impacted by the COVID-19 crisis means more to you NOW, MORE THAN EVER, direct your support to: Financial Aid

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  • While the way in which we deliver education has shifted during these unprecedented times, Campbell Hall remains steadfast in our commitment to academic excellence.

    • To better support all modes of learning, we have equipped classrooms with state-of-the-art technology to live stream classes via Zoom, upgraded campus Wi-Fi, increased Internet bandwidth, and added a wide range of online instructional platforms for assessment and collaborative learning experiences.
    • Our facilities have been upgraded to meet the extensive health and safety measures necessary for in-person learning and we will continue to invest in the resources needed to maintain these standards.
    If providing students with the resources they need means more to you NOW, MORE THAN EVER, direct your support to: Technology or Health and Safety

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  • A strong community has long been a defining feature of Campbell Hall.

    • We seek to build and support an open community that is dedicated to the principle of respect and that honors the diversity of the human experience. We continue to advance policies and programs aimed at making our community more just and equitable for all.
    • The Elementary Diversity and Inclusion Fund (EDIF) is a financial aid program designed to increase racial diversity in the elementary school.
    • For the past 14 years, Campbell Hall has partnered with local public schools and nonprofit organizations to expand educational opportunities to young people within our region through our public partnership programs, including the Campbell Scholars Program.
    If our community is more important to you NOW, MORE THAN EVER, direct your support to: Greatest Need, Elementary Diversity and Inclusion Fund (EDIF) or Campbell Scholars Program

Making An Impact: A Conversation with New Families About Philanthropy at Campbell Hall.

Watch here, if you missed it!

Ways to Give

Gifts can be paid by check or credit card, or you can make a gift of stock. To donate online, please click here or for assistance, please contact Marcia Campbell, Annual Giving Manager at 818.505.2430 or campbem@campbellhall.org.  

A recurring payment can be established monthly, quarterly, or semi- annually. You can also pledge a lump sum amount to be paid on a date of your choosing. All gifts, recurring payments, and pledge payments must be completed by June 30. 

A matching gift from your company is a great way to maximize your donation. Many companies will double, or even triple, charitable gifts to independent schools. To see if your company matches, please visit campbellhall.org/mg.

Giving Levels

Innovators

  $100,000 and above

Founders

  $50,000 - $99,999

Visionaries

$25,000 - $49,999

Leaders

$15,000 - $24,999

Heritage Society

$10,000 - $14,999

Head of School Circle*

$5,000 - $9,999

Friends

$1,000 - $4,999

Community

gifts up to $999

*Donors at the Head of School Circle and above will be invited to attend a special donor appreciation event with the Head of School and Board of Directors to acknowledge their generosity.
 
"The CH Fund is a school-wide effort, bringing together our entire community of parents, alumni, Board members, grandparents, parents of alumni, faculty and staff for one common purpose – to ensure that each Campbell Hall student is equipped with the resources to reach his or her fullest potential. Each gift reflects a spirit of generosity and a commitment to our students and for that, we are truly grateful.”

— The Rev. Canon Julian Bull, Headmaster
 

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  • Annual Report

     
    Annual Report
     
    To view the Annual Report, please log in to your myCH Resource Board here.

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  • Contact Us

     
    Marcia Campbell
     
    Marcia Campbell
    Annual Giving Manager
    818.505.2430  

4533 Laurel Canyon Blvd., Studio City, CA 91607
Phone 818.980.7280

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