The Archer Fund is the foundation of all philanthropy at Archer. As with all independent schools, Archer relies on annual giving to help fund the projects and programs that make us an exceptional institution. Donations made to the Archer Fund go to work immediately by providing support for this year's operating budget.

Giving Levels

Leadership Giving Levels

Visionary Circle - $50,000 & above
Founders Circle - $25,000 - $49,999
Head of School Circle - $10,000 - $24,999
Leaders Circle - $5,000 - $9,999

Community Giving Levels

Partners Circle - $2,500 - $4,999
Friends Circle - $1,000 - $2,499
Arrow Circle - up to $999

Contact

Quyen Ngo
Director of Advancement and Communications

Sarah Rooney
Associate Director of Advancement

Amy Duarte
Associate Director of Advancement Services

Katelyn Downing
Advancement and Communications Associate
kdowning@archer.org

2020-2021 Archer Fund Parent Participation

*As of Monday, October 21

When requesting foundation support, grant applications often ask for Archer’s parent participation numbers. Demonstration of a highly engaged community makes it that much more likely to be considered for funding. Toward this end, we aim for 100% parent participation across all grades. If you have not already participated, there is still time to give to reach the goal. Thank you for supporting future female leaders!

Ways to Give

Archer’s Tax ID: 95-4463705

Thanks to our arrangement with Blackbaud Payment Services, we can ensure that your online gift to Archer is secure.

For more information, please contact the Advancement Office at (310) 873-7056.

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  • Giving Online

    The Archer School for Girls accepts all major credit cards. Pledge or donate online by clicking here.
  • Gifts via Check

    Checks can be made payable to The Archer School for Girls. Please send through the mail or hand deliver to the Business Office.
  • Gifts of Stock

    Archer accepts donations of appreciated securities. For more information click here.
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