The GSA Fund
The best way to make a gift to GSA is by contributing annually to the GSA Fund. Every dollar made to the GSA Fund goes directly into the year's operating budget, supporting students and faculty by providing funds needed for the daily operation of the school. Your GSA Fund gift supports all aspects of life at George Stevens Academy: our comprehensive academic programs, visual and performing arts, athletics offerings, extracurricular activities, teacher and support staff salaries, technology updates, and improvements to our campus.
NOTE: In the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, we suggested three giving initiatives to meet pandemic-related needs: (1) gifts to the Food For Thought Fund to address increased demand to feed food-insecure students and their families; (2) gifts to help provide internet connectivity for students with poor or nonexistent internet service at home; and (3) gifts to provide 2020 Mountain Echo yearbooks to seniors who could not afford to buy one. We are thrilled to report that as of April 20 we have met the need for both the internet initiative and the yearbook initiative! We continue to accept gifts to purchase, package, and distribute food for food-insecure students and their families. Thank you to everyone who has stepped forward during these challenging times.
Every gift to the GSA Fund matters; no gift is too small. We recognize all GSA Fund donors as members of Circles and Clubs according to giving levels, as follow:
Donors who make gifts of $1,000 or more belong to The 1898 Society, comprising five Circles:
Stevens Circle $25,000+
Hinckley Circle $10,000 - $24,999
Esther Wood Circle $5,000 - $9,999
Head's Circle $2,500 - $4,999
Leadership Circle $1,000 - $2,499
Donors who make gifts up to $999 are recognized as member of one of these giving Clubs:
Bell Tower Club $500 - $999
Academy Club $250 - $499
Maroon & White Club $100 - $249
Eagles Club up to $99
Alumni donors who have graduated within the past ten years are also recognized as Young Alumni.