Front Row Seat Annual Fund
What is the Annual Fund?
The Front Row Seat Annual Fund is our annual giving campaign that supports programs that are critical to the St. Mary's experience. Donations to The Front Row Seat Annual Fund are the additional investment of resources that ensures that we can continue to provide an innovative, creative, and memorable student experience that inspires and engages.
Why is the Annual Fund Important?
The Annual Fund strengthens and sustains our operating budget as charitable contributions make up approximately fifteen percent of the annual operating budget at St. Mary's Episcopal School. Gifts to The Annual Fund enable our school to continue to provide the very best educational experience for our students. We ask all families to please make St. Mary's Episcopal School one of your philanthropies of choice.
How to Give:
- Text GIVE to 405-347-8185
- Mail checks payable to St. Mary's Episcopal School Annual Fund to:
505 E. Covell Rd.
Edmond, OK 73034
- Make your donation online.
Covell Club: $25 - $99
Storm Club: $100 - $249
Navy Club: $250 - $499
Gold Club: $500 - $999
*St. Mary's Way: $1,000 - $2,499
*Scholars Circle: $2,500 - $4,999
*Head of School Circle: $5,000 - $9,999
*Front Row Seat: $10,000 and above
*Contributions of $1,000 or greater qualify for membership in the St. Mary's Leadership Circle. Membership includes special recognition and invitations to donor appreciation events.
2022-2023 Annual Giving Report
Thank you to all who made the 2022-23 giving year such a success. Your generosity directly impacted students, teachers, and our school as a whole. We are so grateful to our incredible community!
Please see below to see the many ways your gifts made an impact during the 2022-23 school year.
Annual Fund Achievement Award
Established in 2020 and supported with proceeds from our Front Row Seat Annual Fund, the Annual Fund Achievement Award provides a $1,000 cash scholarship is to be used towards the recipient’s ongoing education.
This award is given each spring to a graduating fifth grader who exemplifies the St. Mary’s Way. The recipient will also be recognized on their class plaque displayed outside Taylor Hall.