Support GCS

Help support our school

Throughout our 60-year history, Glenelg Country School has been supported by a legacy of philanthropy. In the classroom, on the stage, or on the playing fields the kind donations from parents, alumni, and the greater community have allowed us to maintain the vibrant and exceptional learning journey our school provides for all students.

Whether you share your TIME for volunteer opportunities supporting our teachers, your TALENT as a resource for our students, or your TREASURE in the form of a philanthropic gift, you are helping us sustain the unique vision of our college preparatory school.

Explore the many ways to be an active part of the Glenelg Country School community. Volunteer or make a donation today.

Ways to Give

List of 5 items.

  • Capital Campaigns

    Capital campaigns are special fund raising drives to raise significant funds for future growth and development of the school. Capital campaigns are separate from Annual Giving
  • Senior Class Legacy

    It is tradition for GCS seniors and their parents to make a contribution toward a Senior Gift to leave as a legacy of their years at GCS. In past years, gifts have included an alumni wall honoring past and future GCS alumni, stone stadium entrance columns, and a custom stone grill.
  • Endowments

    Glenelg Country School endowments help fund scholarship programs, educational competitions, travel opportunities for our students and more. Gifts to an endowment are invested and only the interest earned on the principle is used for its intended purpose, thus making endowments a continuous source of income for the school. Learn more. 
  • Planned Giving

    Become a charter member of the Glenelg Country School planned giving society, LEGACY '54, by including GCS in your estate plans. Please contact Director of Development Denise T. Rosson, at for more information.
  • Gifts-in-Kind

    Gifts-in-Kind are non-cash gifts of physical property or services. Examples of Gifts-in-Kind include, but are not limited to, services, books, supplies, equipment, artwork and furniture. Gifts-in-Kind must be approved by the head of the division to which the gift is made.

    Gifts-in-Kind Donation Form
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