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Special Fund Giving

Special Fund Giving


List of 8 items.

  • Graland’s Annual Fund

    Graland’s Annual Fund remains a critical part of the annual operating budget, which impacts every student, teacher and program on a daily basis.
  • Graland’s Archives and Heritage Project

    Graland’s Archives and Heritage Project has digitized many historic photos, documents and yearbooks to date, however additional funding is needed to assure all archival materials can be properly preserved, stored and shared with the school community. 
  • Bradley Thomas Memorial Fund

    Established in 1992 by Don and Marcia Thomas, the Bradley Thomas Memorial Fund was created as a tribute to their late son, Brad ‘72. Donations to the fund help offset the cost of drug and alcohol abuse prevention education provided annually to Middle School students.
  • Diversity, Equity & Inclusivity Fund

    Established in 2018 by Drs. Roger and Suzanne Barkin, the fund is designated to advance strategic diversity, equity, and inclusivity initiatives at the school including, but not limited to: professional development, faculty and staff recruitment, and the creation and execution of Community Day.
  • Horizons at Graland

    In 2024, the school launched Horizons at Graland, serving as an affiliate of Horizons Colorado and Horizons National. Working to advance educational equity through a six-week summer program, Horizons at Graland provides academic enrichment, project-based learning, swimming instruction, and a supportive community to Colorado students who live in communities impacted by educational inequity.
  • Nancy Nye Priest Memorial Fund

    Donations to the Nancy Nye Priest Memorial Fund are designated for current year financial assistance to deserving students whose families cannot afford full tuition. 
  • The Romero Scholarship Fund

    The Romero Scholarship Fund was introduced to recognize and honor Coach Robert Romero ‘69 upon his retirement after 39 years of teaching and coaching at Graland. Once the goal is realized, this endowed fund will offer financial assistance in perpetuity to deserving students whose families cannot afford full tuition.
  • Samantha Loewi Scholarship Fund

    Begun in 2012, the fund was established as a tribute to Sammy Loewi ‘05 who passed away at an early age due to complications of congenital muscular dystrophy. It was initiated to enhance training for students, teachers and parents with regard to diversity and inclusivity efforts, and to assist students with diverse needs. Over time, the Fund has evolved, likewise supporting the Sam Loewi Unified Neighborhood Games, the culminating service learning event for Grade 4 students who spend their year building relationships with special buddies and learning kindness and respect for children who are physically and mentally different.

List of 4 items.

  • Giving Levels

    All charitable contributions made in a fiscal school year will qualify for giving levels.

    1927 CIRCLE $20,000 - $24,999
    FOUNDERS CIRCLE $15,000 - $19,999
    EAGLE CIRCLE $10,000 - $14,999
    GREEN & WHITE CIRCLE $5,000 - $9,999
    HEAD OF SCHOOL CIRCLE $3,500 - $4,999
    Donors at the $3,500 level and above are invited to the annual Head of School's reception.
    SCHOLARS CIRCLE $1,000 - $3,499
    HONORS CIRCLE $500 - $999
  • Honor a Teacher

    Make a gift in honor or memory of a special teacher. When you make such a gift, the Development Office will notify the family or honoree and acknowledge your giving in the Graland Annual Report.
  • Care to Double Your Gift?

    Click here to learn if your, or your spouse's, employer offers a corporate matching program that could double your gift to Graland.
  • Transaction Fees

    To make your gift go further for Graland, direct debit gifts are encouraged over credit card gifts due to the lower transaction fees.

Graland Country Day School

Graland Country Day School is a private school in Denver, Colorado, serving students in preschool, kindergarten, elementary, and middle school. Founded in Denver in 1927, Graland incorporates a rich, experiential learning approach in a traditional classroom setting, emphasizing the development of globally and socially conscious leaders who excel academically.