Our school relies on support from our community partners. Corporate and organizational support for Menlo Park Academy is as varied as the organizations themselves. Whether it’s allowing our students to participate in micro-gravity experiments at NASA, providing judges for our science fair, awarding a grant for a specific project, matching gifts or donating goods and services to the school, there are numerous ways to make a difference.
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Our thanks go out to our Community Partners:
We rely on the generosity of individuals, families, organizations and foundations to ensure our continued success in providing an exceptional education for gifted children. Fundraising broadens the school’s source of income beyond our own families, and it also enables some donors to realize tax advantages for themselves. The school is a 501(c)(3) organization, so donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.
One key to Menlo Park Academy’s success over the years has been the generous donation of time and talent by our volunteers - parents, extended family members, and others who - dedicate their time and expertise to our school by providing clerical and accounting services, teaching electives for the students, chaperoning field trips, and doing many other tasks that would otherwise incur a cost to the school. Our volunteers are an integral part of our community, and we request that each family donate a minimum of 5 volunteer hours each month.
We rely on the generosity of individuals, families, organizations and foundations to ensure our continued success in providing an exceptional education for gifted children. The school is a 501(c)(3) organization, so donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. You can support Menlo Park Academy in many ways:
Gifts of cash, through our Annual Friends & Family Appeal, are the fastest and easiest way to support MPA. The school enjoys the immediate benefit of your donation, and, of course, cash gifts provide a higher deduction on your taxable income than gifts of appreciated property.