Giving

Annual Appeal

    • Our Innovation Lab was made possible by generous support from the Greenwood community.

For the first time in Greenwood's history, every gift to our Annual Appeal will be matched.

How Your Gift Will Be Matched

Thanks to two Greenwood families, all gifts to this year’s Annual Appeal will be matched! The more you give, the more your gift will multiply - no matter what you choose to support.

Gifts will be matched using the following structure:
  • Gifts of $1-$1,999 will double (e.g. $1,000 becomes $2,000)
  • Gifts of $2,000-$4,999 will be matched at 1.5x (e.g. $3,000 becomes $7,500)
  • Gifts of $5,000-$9,999 will triple (e.g. $8,000 becomes $24,000)
  • Gifts of $10,000 or more will be matched with a gift of $25,000 (e.g. $10,000 becomes $35,000)
We would like to sincerely thank the Hepworth Family for matching all gifts to building endowment in support of student financial assistance, and an anonymous Greenwood family for matching all gifts to the recreation space development project, health and well-being and the Greenwood Fund.

Gifts to the Class Funds of 2024, 2025 and 2026 are eligible for an additional match thanks to the Hibbert Family, the Waghmare Family and the Donald F. Hunter Charitable Foundation on behalf of the McCallum Family, allowing your gift to go even further. These funds support student financial assistance.

The Impact Your Gift Will Make

Twenty years after our founding, we're writing the next chapter of Greenwood's story - and we need your support to do it. The initiatives listed below are critical to helping Greenwood move forward and stay on the forefront of education.

Donate online now to any of these initiatives, or learn about more ways to give.

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  • Student Financial Assistance (Class Funds)

    Enabling even more students to benefit from a Greenwood education is a major priority for the school. A gift to your child’s Class Fund will grow our endowment and help us build a robust financial assistance program.

    Learn more about the benefits of endowment at greenwoodcollege.org/foundation.
  • Recreation Space Development Project

    Our students need more green space, and our purchase of the land south of the school will allow us to meet that need. Your gift will ensure that this new recreation area is state of the art and used to its fullest.
  • Health and Well-being

    The last few years have reaffirmed for us the importance of community, togetherness, and belonging for student well-being. Your gift will enable us to continue to provide the necessary tools and further enhance resources to support student wellness.
Not sure where to direct your gift? Feel free to contact Jamie Lougheed, Executive Director, Advancement at 416 545 5103 or jamie.lougheed@greenwoodcollege.org to discuss your options. You can also consider the Greenwood Fund, which supports the school's area of greatest need as determined by the Principal.
Donations from parents, past parents, alumni, staff and friends are what allow Greenwood to go “the extra mile” with initiatives and programming over and above what tuition can cover. 

Questions?

Questions about giving to Greenwood? Contact Jamie Lougheed for more information.

Jamie Lougheed

Executive Director, Advancement
416 545 5103

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