Second Century Campaign

Construct the ‘C’ Campaign

With only $1.9M left to raise, we invite all community members to demonstrate support for Collegiate’s Second Century. You can personalize your family’s participation and help create a new installation in the Hertzman Legacy Hallway.

Each tile in the Collegiate “C” can be personalized with your name, your child’s name or your favorite teacher!

Click here to purchase your tile.

 

recent campaign news: $500,000 Matching Challenge – WE DID IT

On March 30, Collegiate celebrated the smashing success of the Board of Trustees’ matching challenge. We are now $1.1M closer to goal for the largest campaign in Collegiate’s history.

Thank you to all of our generous donors who have helped us raise $17.6M so far!

Multi-year Pledge

Pledges of $1,000+ to the Second Century Campaign are payable over two years.  Don’t forget the impact that an employer match can have!  If you would like to discuss a pledge, contact:

Director of Advancement Stephanie Disney, sdisney@louisvillecollegiate.org
Major Gifts Officer Mandy Helton, mhelton@louisvillecollegiate.org

Naming Opportunities

The Second Century Campaign will transform teaching and learning at Louisville Collegiate School. As early as the planning stages, generous donors to Louisville Collegiate School have demonstrated their support for the comprehensive campaign by making leadership gifts ($50,000+) in support of the Annual Fund, Programmatic Endowments and Facilities Enhancement.

List of Naming Opportunities:

If you are interested, please contact the Advancement Office.

Second Century Campaign Committee

Ceci Conway Boden ’85, Chair

Dr. James Calleroz White

Brian Cook ’94

Heather Farrer

Stephanie Fellon

Leslie Geoghegan

Joyce Pavia Hanson

Augusta Brown Holland ’94A

Sean O’Leary

Honorary Second Century Campaign Committee

William M. Street ’09H, Chair

James R. Allen

Paul J. Bickel III

Christina Lee Brown

Barbara Beard Castleman ’46

Chenault McClure Conway ’59

Mary Collis Hancock ’46

Kathy Oyler

Junius W. Prince

Louise Rapp Wall ’47