Saints Giving Day
Thank you, Saints!
Wow! On May 19th, we called upon the Canterbury community to respond to a truly ambitious challenge—achieve 300 donors in just 24 hours with the hope of unlocking a $100,000 matching gift from our Board of Trustees. The results of our inaugural Saints Giving Day utterly surpassed anything we have ever seen before. In just one day, 609 proud and loyal donors supported Canterbury, and collectively raised a total of $223,631. It bears repeating…WOW!
Our warmest thanks go out to you all, and we are honored to ‘Walk Like A Saint’ with you!
WE ARE STRONGER TOGETHER. We Walk Like saints.
On Tuesday, May 19th, the entire Canterbury community—students, alumni, parents, grandparents, faculty, staff, and friends—is invited to join together from around the globe to “Walk Like a Saint” and celebrate our inaugural Saints Giving Day!
Our goal is to achieve 300 donors in just 24 hours for the benefit of the Canterbury Annual Fund. Your support, in any amount, will immediately go to work to sustain the people and programs at the center of our mission and to ensure the brightest possible future for our School.
Thanks to the generosity of Canterbury trustees, all gifts will be matched dollar for dollar up to $100,000! Your gift will double in size and have double the impact during this 24-hour period!
Most of all, your support, when combined with others, will demonstrate that Saints are stronger together.
You can help us reach our goal. You can make a difference for Canterbury. You walk like a Saint!
Saints Giving Day begins whenever May 19th arrives in your part of the world and ends at 11:59 p.m. PST for the benefit of our West Coast alumni and families.
- How can I make a donation?
- What does my Saints Giving Day gift support?
- What if I already made a gift to Canterbury this year?
- How can I make the most of my gift?
- What is the difference between matches and challenges?
- Is there a minimum donation amount?
- What if I want my gift to remain anonymous?
- Do I have to make my gift online?
- Are there other ways I can help?