Giving

Campbell Hall Annual Fund

Campbell Hall provides students with a rich academic foundation, an inclusive and loving environment, innovative programs and technology, and a wide array of opportunities for self-expression that help shape their bright futures. In turn, the school relies on the power of philanthropy from our generous community to support the Campbell Hall Annual Fund (CHFund Now), which supports financial aid, areas of greatest need, and teacher professional development.

Educational Access

Socioeconomic diversity is a core Campbell Hall value. More than $8.3m in financial aid is awarded annually to 25% of the student body and puts Campbell Hall in the 10% percentile of most general schools in California to award financial aid. The Elementary Diversity and Inclusion Fund (EDIF) is another clear example of this commitment, serving underrepresented students in grades K-6.

Academic Excellence

65% of the school’s operating budget supports the salaries and benefits of more than 250 teachers, specialists, and staff so we are able to attract and retain the best educators. And, each year, teachers collectively engage in more than 2,000 hours of professional development which in turn, positively impacts student achievement.

Campbell Hall’s continued investment in technology builds students’ core skills and helps teachers improve their instruction and expand learning opportunities.

Community Commitment

Campbell Hall’s commitment to children extends to our broader communities. For the past 15 years, Campbell Hall has partnered with local public schools and nonprofit organizations to expand educational opportunities to young people through our public partnerships, including the Campbell Scholars Program.

Since 1984, Campbell Hall’s relationships with our sister schools (Holy Innocents, St. Aidans, and St. Jacques) in the region of Port-de-Paix, Haiti have been central to our mission of outreach. While fundraising over the years has resulted in important and significant improvements in the lives of our counterparts including the construction of a new schoolhouse, life-saving water treatment systems, and much-needed supplies and equipment, we have resolved to deepen our commitment. Devastated by natural disasters, political upheaval, and systemic poverty, our sister schools in Haiti need sustained and reliable support.

Paths of Self-Discovery

Campbell Hall students are engaged, curious, and multi-faceted. Whether on the performance or debate stage, on the athletic field or courts, in a science lab, or in service to others, Campbell Hall students have the opportunity to explore their interests, develop their own voice, and find their true path.

72 Elementary dancers•  111 Secondary dancers•  21 Music ensembles K-12•  320 Musicians•  4 Student produced gallery exhibitions each year•  4 Students in Independent Studies in Performing and Visual Arts•  40,000 Community service hours performed by CH high school students on average each year•  96 Actors and Crew•  49 Secondary Filmmakers•  6 Elementary Performances•  28 Secondary Performances & Events•  4 Full-time college counselors with over 89 years of experience in college admissions and college counseling•  394 HS Athletes•  23 Sports Offered•  65% MS Athletes play multiple sports•  21% HS Athletes play multiple sports•  78% MS Play a sport•  64% HS play a sport•  50 MS League Championships

Your support makes a difference!

Last year, 1,376 donors helped raise $3.3M.

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 Sandra Gresham, Associate Director of Advancement Annual Giving at 818.505.2430 or Sarah Mulkeen, Associate Annual Giving Manager at 818.505.2430.

RECURRING GIFTS
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. 

MATCHING GIFTS – DOUBLE OR TRIPLE YOUR IMPACT!
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

$12,500 - $24,999

Head of School Circle*

$7,500 - $12,499

Dean's List**

$3,000 - $7,499

Friends

$1,000 - $2,999

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.

**Donors at the Dean's List and above will be invited to a special appreciation event.
 
"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, Head of School
 

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  • Impact Report

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  • Sandra Gresham

    Associate Director of Advancement, Annual Giving
    818.505.2430

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  • Sarah Mulkeen

    Associate Annual Giving Manager
    818.505.2420
4533 Laurel Canyon Blvd., Studio City, CA 91607
Phone 818.980.7280

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