"Lincoln 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, Yale '11 and Brown (MA) '14
Giving at Lincoln
The tradition of giving has always been strong at Lincoln, creating a community where everyone has a voice and can make a difference. Lincoln has enthusiastic and generous parents, alumnae, grandparents, parents of alumnae, faculty/staff and friends whose gifts shape the experience of every Lincoln student every day.
Thanks to your support, Lincoln offers a highly enriched and competitive academic program, outstanding athletics, and innovative performing and visual arts. Its faculty is one of the most dedicated and talent group of educators in Providence. The student body is diverse and engaged. The historic campus in Providence and Murray Athletic Complex at Faxon Farm in Rehoboth, MA provide optimal facilities for teaching and learning inside and outside the classroom.
There are many ways to get involved and make a difference in the life of a Lincoln student today. Join us in supporting this generation of Lincoln student and future leaders.
Annual giving is the most immediate way Lincoln's friends and families to make a difference. More than 1,000 parents, alumnae, parents of alumnae, faculty, staff, grandparents, relatives and friends give to the Lincoln School Annual Fund every year. The 2013-14 Annual Fund Campaign celebrates what it means to be a Lincoln Girl. Compassionate, curious, loyal, empowered, and creative are just a few qualities identified with leadership among Lincoln students. For more information about the "I am a Lincoln Girl" Annual Fund Campaign, please click here
Honoring Kevin and Paula Murray McNamara '80 P'13
Lisa and Victor Russo
Genie McPherson Trevor and John Trevor
Betsy and Patrick Canning
Jane and Misha Joukowsky
Saturday, May 10, 2014 – 7 pm at The Murray Athletic Complex at Faxon Farm
On May 10, 2014 Lincoln will honor Board Chair Paula Murray McNamara ’80 and Kevin McNamara for their leadership and commitment to Lincoln School. Together, Paula and Kevin have played a critical role in shaping Lincoln School today. Notably, they led the Faxon Farm renovation from its initial planning and fundraising to its completion in 2013.
Our farm-to-fork theme pays tribute to the school's Quaker values with a salute to the SPICES of Lincoln life; simplicity, peace, integrity, community, equality, and stewardship of the earth.
For more information or for volunteer opportunities contact Stephanie DiPrete '89 at firstname.lastname@example.org or 401.331.9696 x 3163
Lincoln benefits from gifts that support:
- student financial aid to ensure access to a Lincoln education for all talented and deserving students;
- faculty development;
- new initiatives in STEM, Global Education and Leadership and online learning through the Online School for Girls;
- award-winning programs in athletics, music and visual arts;
- capital gifts for new technology and classroom improvements; and
- gifts for the endowment for student financial aid, faculty and program support.
For more information about special initiatives, please click here.
Planned gifts such as bequests, charitable designations from retirement funds, and charitable gift annuities are a vital investment in the future of girls education and ensure Lincoln's educational commitment to excellence for generations to come.
For donors, they are attractive because, in addition to providing vital support for Lincoln, they can result in significant tax savings for you and your family.
The Alumnae Relations Program
guided by the Alumnae Association
ensures that Lincoln alumnae have a vital and meaningful connection to Lincoln, the leadership of the School, and Lincoln students. With more than 3,500 alumnae worldwide, graduates are a vital part of our School, serving in important leadership roles and promoting its educational legacy. Alumnae programs include alumnae networking events, regional events, Reunion Weekend (October 24 -25, 2014), alumnae awards, legacy events, the Lincoln Magazine, the Lincoln School Alumnae Facebook page, LinkedIn, and the Online Alumnae Community.