Childpeace, like many nonprofit independent schools in the country, relies on a combination of tuition and fundraising revenue to support its daily operations and fulfill its mission.
If you have any questions about ways to give at Childpeace, or you would like additional information, contact us at 503-222-1197 or email us.
Why Giving Matters
Childpeace is lucky to have an enthusiastic, robust community of supporters made up of parents, staff, students, alumni and friends who play a key role in the continued success of our school.
Childpeace relies on a combination of tuition revenue and the vital private support of our community members to provide gap funding for a very small percentage of operational costs and allow for growth, development, special projects, activities and programs as needed throughout the year.
Childpeace relies on the collaboration of our community to fulfill our mission and support our school programs. There are many ways to get involved!
Held in the Fall, this is a very popular event that encourages philanthropy among our students. It brings together the entire Childpeace student population as they cheer on their friends and raise funds for their school. The students enjoy seeing their efforts reflected in their school environment. This event is one of the most popular among our students!
The Annual Appeal is the largest fundraising event that benefits Childpeace. It provides all Childpeace community members, and the greater public, with an opportunity to have a positive impact on the education of Childpeace students. Opportunities to give are highlighted throughout the year. We encourage all community members to come together to reach 100% participation.
Childpeace has several in-person events that promote the intrinsic reward of philanthropy and focus on community building. These are positive and engaging community building opportunities.
How to Give
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