Challenging girls to become women of 
intellect, character, innovation, action, and faith

Your Impact

 

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We invite you to join the many parents, alumnae, and friends who support Newton Country Day School. Every aspect of a Newton education and experience is supported by our families, alumnae, and friends who give their time and energy to ensure that the School continues to preserve the past, invest in the future, and provide an outstanding Sacred Heart education.

Your financial support has a direct impact on our girls and faculty and the contributions they will make in our community and the world. Your gift is a personal donation which requires much thought and is an important part of the culture of Sacred Heart Schools.

By giving today, you not only support immediate needs and strategic initiatives, but also ensure the future health and well-being of the institution. Your gift will play a role in supporting generations of students to come.

As a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, Newton Country Day School of the Sacred Heart provides tax benefits to all donors who make qualified unrestricted and restricted gifts.

Thank you for your generous support of the School and the Sacred Heart mission of “courage and confidence.”

If you are interested in giving, please contact Elena Loukas, Director of Development, at eloukas@newtonSH.org or (617) 559-4733.

I give because...

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“We are grateful that our daughters have this unique opportunity to receive an education that is rigorous academically but in a setting that is nurturing and loving.”Ellen and Jim Kelley P'22'23

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“I had such a fantastic experience as a student and I want to make sure that the next generation has the opportunity to have that great experience.”Katie Fischer '09

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“I believe in women’s education and I think that the foundation that I received through the Sacred Heart education was fundamental to everything that I have done subsequent to that.”Ellen Harrington '77

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