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The Annual Fund


100% Participation by Every Family Every Year

The Annual Fund is The Bay School’s primary fundraising focus. Each year, every Bay family is asked to make a gift to the Annual Fund. Because tuition represents approximately 92 percent of the program costs required to educate Bay students, gifts to this yearly appeal supplement Bay’s operating budget, supporting Bay’s exceptional educational and exploratory programs, faculty, and students.


Each fall, all Bay families are contacted by Bay's parent volunteers. Gifts to the Annual Fund have ranged from $10 to $100,000. We ask that Bay families make The Bay School Annual Fund a philanthropic priority, and we seek to have 100% participation every year from our Board of Trustees, staffulty, and parents. Every gift makes an impact, supporting exceptional teaching and learning in the academic year it is given. Whole-community participation in the Annual Fund sustains and elevates the dynamic culture that defines Bay, providing equitable and inclusive opportunities for all Bay students. 

Thank you for your generosity and a special thank you to the dedicated parents and trustees* serving on our Annual Fund Committee:

Julie Moyne* and Sasha Soheili, Co-Chairs

Suzanne Andrews, Marian Baldauf*, Susanna Benningfield, Craige Bertero, Meg Bertero, Lora Blum, Donald Button, Julie Chaiken, Patti Chang, Michael Coholan, Anne Dickerson Lind*, Joseph Dworetzky*, Arthur Fletcher, Steve Grossmann, Kiko Guedez, Anne Harper*, Steve Hibbard, Annette Hurst, James Joaquin*, Kristin Lamoureux, Rich Levine*, Kris McIntosh, Margot Northover, Michael Northover, Kathleen Patterson*, Fletcher Payne*, Vicki Penny, Amy Ramsey, Richard Ronald, John Rumsey*, Bill Rusitzky, Sheila Schroeder, Barb Shipley, Lilian Wan*, Jeff Wishner, Victoria Zaroff, Maryam Muduroglu*

For more information or questions about giving, please do not hesitate to contact Charlie Meade, Director of Advancement at cmeade@bayschoolsf.org or 415-561-5800, ext. 102.