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Giving

The Dana Fund

Gifts to the Dana Fund support the people and programs that form Dana Hall’s unique community, one that encourages each Dana student to realize her potential and take on new challenges. Your generosity gives current and future Dana girls the opportunity to learn, lead and succeed.
Thanks to the generosity and support from more than 1,100 donors, the Dana Fund raised $1,610,116 during the 2015-16 year.

A successful annual fund is a reflection of a strong community and ensures continued growth and stability for current and future generations of students. Dana Fund dollars are unrestricted which provides flexibility and support for the School's current operating budget. Dana Hall relies on Dana Fund gifts from members of its community to bridge the gap between the income received from tuition and the actual cost of a Dana Hall education. Dana Fund gifts allows the School to offer competitive tuition, attract and retain talented faculty, provide exceptional academic, arts and athletic programs, and offer meaningful scholarship opportunities.

Participation in the Fund, at any level, is an indicator of the strength and financial health of Dana Hall. Your gifts send message of commitment and stability to prospective families and other donors. Join alumnae, parents, grandparents, faculty and staff, and friends in sending the message that the Dana Hall community is invested in the School and its students. 

1881 Society

LEGACY CIRCLE
$100,000+ to the Dana Fund
AMOR CARITAS
$50,000- $99,999 to the Dana Fund
GROVE HOUSE CIRCLE
$25,000 - $49,999 to the Dana Fund
FOUNDERS CIRCLE
$15,000-$24,999 to the Dana Fund
EASTMAN CIRCLE
$10,000 - $14,999 to the Dana Fund
HEAD’S CIRCLE
$5,000 - $9,999 to the Dana Fund
BLUE AND WHITE ASSOCIATE
$2,500-$4,999 to the Dana Fund
1881 ASSOCIATE
$1,000-$2,499 to the Dana Fund

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  • Blue Key

    Favorite Activity
  • Solar Car Races

    Favorite Assignment
  • Western Civilization

    Favorite Dana Class

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    "In Western Civilization, we learn the material in interesting ways and the teachers incorporate different projects that make the information easier to understand."
    -Nicole '16