List of 3 members.

  • Photo of Evelyn Johnson

    Evelyn Johnson 

    Director of Development Records and Special Events
    Frostburg State University - BS
  • Photo of Lindsay Frost-Bhasin

    Lindsay Frost-Bhasin 

    Director of Annual Giving
    Middlebury College - BA
    Arizona State University - MBA
  • Photo of Aaron Tolentino

    Aaron Tolentino 

    Alumni Coordinator
    Loyola University - MEd
    Ursinus College - BS

Annual Fund

The Annual Fund is the school's most important fundraising priority each year.

Without the operating budget support provided by the Annual Fund each year, GCS could not offer the exceptional variety of programs, activities, and opportunities that define our school.

List of 5 items.

  • What is the Annual Fund?

    Tuition alone has never covered the full cost of a Glenelg Country School education. Like all other independent schools and nonprofits, the school depends on philanthropy—in our case, gifts to the Annual Fund—to close this gap in the operating budget.
  • Why should I give?

    A strong Annual Fund is essential for the health and success of the school. The dollars we raise are important, but participation is just as crucial.

    High participation from alumni, parents, grandparents, faculty, and friends of the school demonstrate that the GCS community believes in the school and its mission. This show of community support matters—for Admission, for foundation and corporate donors, and our reputation.
  • How much should I give?

    Give until it feels good! What’s important is that you give something.
  • What does my gift support?

    In a word, everything! The funds raised impact every area of the school, supporting everything from faculty salaries and financial aid to library books and soccer balls. Every single dollar makes a difference for every single Dragon.
  • How do I give?

    Give online by credit card at

    Mail check or cash to:
    Office of Development
    Glenelg Country School

An independent school serving students from age 2 through grade 12 in Howard County, Maryland.