Giving to Lab
Lab Innovation Fund
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This is the last week for our annual fund campaign. Just $1,973 to go!
The Lab Innovation Fund is Charlotte Lab School’s Annual Giving Campaign. Money raised each year will help fund many of the programs and activities that make our school special and allow us to create a truly innovative learning environment. We depend on our families, friends, and community for their support to supplement our operating budget so that we can accomplish our ambitious goals.
Gifts to this fund are unrestricted and will be invested according to school priorities. In this fiscal year, board and staff have identified the following areas for additional support: technology, library, staff development & retention, facility, and after school programming. You can learn more about our plans here. >>
For this first-ever annual fund drive, our goal is to raise $200,000. We are pleased to announce that we have already raised $69,890 (35%) from families, grandparents, staff, and our board.
Although we are a new school, we have a history of success raising money! Thanks to the support of so many, we have raised more than $540,000 from individual donors and a total of $1.1 million from all sources in less than two years (see fundraising chart) and are honored that more than 85% of our families have supported the school by making a donation. This money has been used to get our building ready, build our amazing playground, attract top-notch staff, enhance our innovative curriculum, advance our personalized learning programs, and undertake many other initiatives that enhance your child’s education.
Please consider making a gift of any size to the Lab Innovation Fund today! Your annual gift to Charlotte Lab School will help support the needs of all of our students and help ensure that we can continue to provide a unique approach to teaching and learning for your children.
If you have any questions, please check out our FAQs or contact Susannah Lund, Directory of Strategy & Philanthropy.