#Giving Tuesday 2021

Among the other causes that you will be contributing to, please also consider giving to Westfield Friends School's Annual Fund on November 30th
Stay tuned for the Giving Form available all day on November 30th
Every year, on Giving Tuesday, millions of people are mobilized across the globe to give back to their communities. The goal is to create a massive wave of generosity that lasts well beyond that day, and touches every person on the planet. Plan to join in the global movement that celebrates and encourages giving after Black Friday and Cyber Monday. 
You can make a difference on November 30th by showing a commitment to Westfield's mission and devoted faculty and staff, as they cultivate young adults of conscience and consequence. 
We thank you for your continued support and consideration. You make it possible for us to create the world we seek for our children.


This year, several Development Committee Members are presenting us with a matching challenge!

 If 25 donors double their gifts from last year, Westfield will receive an extra $3,000.00.
Your doubled gift can grow an extra $120!


Become a member of the
1788 Circle by contributing a gift of $1000 (or more)

Since its founding in 1788, Quaker Beliefs have guided Westfield Friends School to provide a quality education to the children of the area. Early Friends created “sponsorships” to enable all who could attend the opportunity to learn. Today, Westfield’s Annual Fund supports the school’s ability to structure tuition to the resources of our families.

Each Fiscal Year (ending June 30th), community leaders who support Westfield with a combined annual gift total of $1000 (or more) to the Annual Fund will be recognized as members of The 1788 Circle. Donors will be acknowledged with an asterisk in the Annual Report's Donor Listing for that fiscal year, as well as be invited to the annual Appreciation Event.


Westfield Friends School lights a brilliant path for children. As a Quaker school, we honor the Divine essence in every student; we find power and wisdom in our differences; and we seek truth through active, joyful, collaborative inquiry. Our graduates go on to lead lives of conscience and consequence. The world we seek for our children begins here.