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OES FUND Every Student, Every Day


The OES Fund is the school’s most vital and fundamental fundraising effort, providing significant and immediate annual resources. Your donation to the OES Fund is spent on our highest priorities to meet the immediate needs of students in the visual and performing arts, sciences, athletics, and in the libraries. Every student scientist, athlete, actor, writer, musician, reader, and artist benefited from your donations to the OES Fund. Participation is key, and donations of all sizes are gratefully received.


Last year we raised $798,379 from 743 donors. Co-chairs Margueritte Kim and Georgina Miltenberger, along with their volunteer team of 32 dedicated parents, faculty, staff, alumni, and parents of alumni, spent countless hours advocating for the OES Fund. Thank you to our volunteers and to all who contributed!


2015–16 total members: 159 First-time 1869 Society donors: 30


Named in honor of the year in which the school was founded, the 1869 Society recognizes the philanthropic leadership of donors who contribute $1,869 or more to the OES Fund. Leadership gifts from the 1869 Society are critical each year, providing over 72% of the total funds raised.


We rely on gifts from parents, alumni, grandparents, parents of alumni, faculty, staff, and our Trustees to ensure our academic and extra-curricular programs are well supported and exceptional. The graph below shows the distribution of leadership gifts from our main constituencies.


FACULTY & STAFF


FORMERS TRUSTEES PARENTS OF ALUMNI


FOUNDATIONS OTHER


14


CURRENT PARENTS


ALUMNI


CURRENT GRANDPARENTS


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