"No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted."
Be the Change
Our Annual Fund provides essential operating support. More than a quarter of the school’s budget depends on contributions from caring and generous individuals to help close the “gap” between the revenue provided by school district referral funds/tuition and the real cost of educating our students. Giving to the Annual Fund by means of one or more of the following options is an impactful way of supporting our students and the life-changing work of our teachers.
Or send a check to:
Wellsprings Friends School
3590 W. 18th Avenue
Eugene, OR 97402.
Join our Sustainer’s Circle.
Monthly donations are essential as part of our operating budget, especially during the “dry” summer months when tuition is not coming in but our bills don’t stop! Become a monthly donor at any level, $100, $50, $20 or even just $10 dollars. It is easy to authorize a monthly payment through your financial institution.
Contact our Development Associate for more information.
Give a gift of stock.
Stock donations are processed by our broker, Daniel Claric, at KMS Financial Services, 541-654-8120, or email@example.com.
Support us while you shop!
FRED MEYER “COMMUNITY REWARDS” PROGRAM
Whenever you use your Rewards Card when shopping, you’ll be helping Wellsprings earn a donation from Fred Meyer. If you currently have a Rewards Card, just log in to your online account and click on the “Community Rewards” link near the bottom of the page, then choose “Re-enroll or link your Rewards card” and type in Wellsprings Friends School (#86935). If you do not currently have a Rewards card, you can sign up for one at the Customer Service desk (no credit card needed). At the end of every quarter, Fred Meyer will make a donation to Wellsprings based on the accumulated spending of all the Rewards Customers linked to our school. Learn More at Fred Meyer.
ESCRIP (MERCHANT SPONSORED PROGRAMS)
Support Wellsprings with eScrip! This program is easy to use, and once you are registered, there is nothing more to do. After you register credit, debit, or store cards with eScrip, each time you use any of those cards at participating merchants, Wellsprings receives a percentage of your spending--at no cost to you! All transactions are confidential and card numbers are completely secure. Sign up at eScrip.
Giving Assistant’s shoppers can earn cash back and find the latest coupon codes from over 3,000 trusted brands and have the option to choose Wellsprings Friends School to donate a portion of their cash back earnings. Wellsprings keeps 100% of donations from shoppers who contribute to us! Register at Giving Assistant.
Wellsprings Endowment Funds
The Wellsprings Friends School Endowment Fund. Established in January 2016 at the Oregon Community Foundation. Our original investment was about $26,600 and has grown in seven years to over $50,000! With OCF’s stewardship and long-term investment program, our endowment fund will be maintained in perpetuity to provide a stable stream of income that will support the critical work we do in providing a meaningful individualized education for high school students. Consider supporting our long-term sustainability through a donation or a bequest to the Wellsprings Friends School Endowment Fund. To make a donation to the Wellsprings Friends School Endowment Fund send a check to the school at Wellsprings Friends School, 3590 West 18th Ave, Eugene, OR 97402 with Endowment Fund notated on the check. Bequests and other planned giving can also be designated for the endowment fund.
Quotes from Alumni
Discovery and Learning
“Every day, I learn the basic knowledge needed for life, like math and literature, while at the same time enjoying myself. Every day, I am learning important life lessons. How to treat others and how saying something jokingly can be offensive to someone else. I also learn new things about myself all the time. I have learned that when I accept myself, others will be more respectful of me… So Wellsprings draws me back every day, offering me a safe-haven from stress and new things for me to learn.”