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At independent schools, tuition alone does not cover the full cost of educating students each year, and Mansion Day School is no exception. Charitable and Planned giving is a long-standing independent school tradition that provides the School with essential operating dollars (Annual Fund), state-of-the-art facilities (capital campaigns), and the necessary funds to secure the long-term health of the institution (endowment).

Mansion Day School is dependent upon annual tuition along with additional financial support from our strong partnerships, current and alumnae parents, grandparents, faculty, and staff, and our extended community of friends.  These gifts ensure that our school has all the resources necessary to sustain excellence in all areas of school life.

We welcome donations at all levels, whether it is a one-time gift or a monthly donation. Please donate and help us reach our fundraising goals, allowing us to continue our mission.  For more information, or to donate via telephone, please call 614-258-4449.

Through your donation, you will transform the life of a child by providing him or her with an education that will prepare them for life, leadership, and excellence.  Please support our mission and become a Friend to a child at Mansion Day School.