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Giving

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions
 
Why does St. Andrew's need a Fund?
St. Andrew's operating budget income is made up of tuition, endowment funds, auxiliary income, and the St. Andrew's Fund. The St. Andrew's Fund accounts for 7% of the budget. To keep tuition levels accessible to our families, there is a tuition gap that the St. Andrew's Fund helps to fill. This gap for the 2019-2020 school year is approximately $3,000 per student. Unlike tuition, contributions to the St. Andrew's Fund are fully tax-deductible.
 
Why is the St. Andrew's Fund important?
The St. Andrew's Fund provides an opportunity to contribute to the people and programs that make the school the best educational option for students. Community participation in the St. Andrew's Fund demonstrates our continued commitment to our mission and vision, and makes a powerful statement to potential families and institutional funders.
 
What is the goal of the St. Andrew's Fund?
In one word: participation. While monetary goals are set each year, the ultimate goal is always 100% participation from all members of the community. The school is proud to have a loyal and committed group of donors and together our combined support makes so much possible for students.  
 
What does the St. Andrew's Fund support?
This year, you can direct your gift to the area that matters most to you and have a direct impact on our students, including:
  • Financial Aid
  • Academic Programs
  • Techonology & Equipment
  • Athletics
  • Visual & Performing Arts
  • Residential Life
  • Faculty & Staff Professional Development
  • Campus & Facilities
  • St. Andrew's Greatest Need

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Rhode Island’s perspective and possibility widening boarding and day school, grades 6-12 and postgraduate