Message from the Director of Advancement
Every teacher, student, building, and program has benefited from the generosity of our donors. If it were not for that generosity, Catlin Gabel would not be recognized as one of the finest schools in the nation, we would not be known for our state-of-the-art campus, we would not have the best of the best teachers in our classrooms, and we would not be graduating amazing human beings who have a love of learning and the courage to take responsible action. Philanthropy is the difference between great and exceptional, and Catlin Gabel is exceptional!
Thank you for your involvement, volunteerism, and generous support. Please do not hesitate to contact me, or any of the Advancement team members, if you have any questions or if we can be of assistance.
Ways to Give
When you support Catlin Gabel, you are directly supporting our mission. Every gift helps ensure that our students have access to the people, programs, and resources that prepare them to become the next generation of alumni who help change the world for good. There are a variety of ways for you to make a gift, some of which are listed below in more detail. Please select the option that works best for you.
- Give Online
- By Check
- Monthly Giving
- Corporate Matching Gifts
- Estate and Planned Gifts
- Gifts of Stocks, Bonds, and Securities
- Wire Transfers
- Donate a Vehicle
Corporate Matching Gifts
Estate and Planned Gifts
Gifts of Stocks, Bonds, and Securities
Donate a Vehicle
For Questions or Comments
Please email email@example.com or call 503-297-1894 ext. 5035.
News & Donor Stories
Annual Report 2021-22
A review of the 2021-2022 budget and fundraising efforts, this report highlights the school’s finances, priorities and funding initiatives.
Supporting Teaching Excellence
Punit and Heather Renjen (P ’22) both learned from an early age that philanthropy, in any form or giving level, is a necessary component to living a fulfilling life.
The Spirit of Community
Before deciding on Catlin Gabel School for their youngest daughter, Angela Patrick (P ’32) admits she had reservations about private schools.