A capital campaign is a bricks and mortar fundraising effort to raise a specific sum of money within a defined period of time to meet building needs of a school. Needs can include the construction of new buildings, renovation of existing buildings, enlargement of buildings, land improvement, interior updates, and a building endowment for maintaining the school’s building structure. Many donors decide to increase their giving level during capital campaigns by making multiple year pledges and often consider a long-term stretch pledge payable over five years. Past capital campaigns have ensured that current and future generations of Woodland families will continue to benefit from the School’s mission. Thanks to the foresight of former Woodland families, the following successful capital campaigns helped grow our school: The United We Grow Campaign, Dunavant Building, Baker Building, Haygood Gymnasium, the Field of Dreams Campaign, and Bright Futures. For more information about Woodland’s capital campaign and other giving opportunities, please contact Tonya Eddins, Director of Development, firstname.lastname@example.org.
2016 Dollar-for-Dollar Campaign
Thanks to a match from the Knapp Foundation, and the Woodland community we raised $47,500 to support renovations to the 3rd-5th-grade classrooms during the summer of 2016.
United We Grow Campaign - Phase One
Thanks to parents, church members, alumni, alumni parents, faculty, and staff the United We Grow Campaign raised $3.3 million making it the largest campaign in our campus history. Phase One saw the completion of a new state of the art middle school building and renovations to the pre-kindergarten, junior kindergarten, senior kindergarten, first grade, second grade and six grade classrooms.
United We Grow - Joint Campaign
The joint campaign between the school and church also saw renovations on the church side:
New Choir Suite
New Youth Room
New Classrooms and meeting spaces