"The Lincoln Scholarship didn't make me the person I am today, but it gave me the chance. It gave me the opportunity to grow to my fullest potential, to realize my strengths and weaknesses, and ultimately figure out my priorities and goals. There are no words to express my complete and total gratitude, and I hope that you continue to foster the same hope in others that you instilled in me."
- Victoria Charette '07, Lincoln Scholar
Your gift to Lincoln School can have an incredible and immediate impact on the life of a student like Victoria Charette '07, our first named Lincoln Scholar, now a undergraduate at Yale University. Read more quotes from current Lincoln students and discover how much your gift to the Annual Fund in support of tuition assistance can do to change the lives of these bright young women.
About the Development and Alumnae Relations Department
As a not-for-profit, independent School, Lincoln relies on annual gifts to bridge the gap between tuition revenue and the actual cost of a Lincoln education. Donations from parents, alumnae, faculty/staff, corporations and foundations, and friends fill this annual operating gap of $1,500 per student. In addition, fundraising for special capital projects, such as the Faxon Farm Renovation, endowment for the School, and special programs are vital to furthering Lincoln's mission as our nation's only all-girls' Quaker school. We are deeply grateful to all our supporters for their investment in Lincoln students now and in the future. All gifts to Lincoln are tax deductible.
The Development and Alumnae Relations Department directs fundraising and alumnae relations in support of Lincoln's distinctive educational mission. The department works in partnership with Lincoln's Board of Trustees, the Alumnae Association, and the Annual Fund and Development Committees, which are comprised of parents, alumnae and friends, to make Lincoln the best it can be. If you are interested in serving on one of these committees, please contact Adrienne Morris, Director of Development and Alumnae Relations.
Lincoln is deeply fortunate to have enthusiastic and generous parents, alumnae, grandparents, parents of alumnae, faculty/staff and friends whose financial support makes a tangible difference in the experience of every Lincoln student every day. Thanks to your support, Lincoln is in a stronger position than ever before to build on its legacy of academic excellence, its eminence as one of our nation's leading all-girls' schools, its Quaker identity, and its outstanding programs in the arts, athletics, and community service.
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