2019–2020

REPORT ON GIVING

Milton Academy’s Report on Giving recognizes the generosity of donors whose contributions help ensure that Milton students continue to have the very best education experience possible.
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Thank you.

Making an annual gift to Milton Academy is a powerful expression of gratitude; it’s an action that demonstrates just how much you care for the health and vibrancy of our School. Now it is our turn to show our thanks for you.

Our Report on Giving celebrates you and others who collectively contributed $29.4 million to our School during fiscal year 2019–2020, including $5.5 million to the Milton Fund. Your generosity is also behind the success of Dare, the largest campaign in our history. Thanks to you, we surpassed our $175 million goal, raising $182.7 million in support of faculty and students. The dollars tell only a small part of our story—view the video below to see the investments you made possible or read more online.

In an uncertain world, gratitude sustains us. We remain inspired by the Milton community and the many ways you support our students and teachers. Thank you for all you do for our School.

Lisa C. Winick
Chief Advancement Officer

The Report on Giving

The Report on Giving recognizes the generosity of Milton's graduates, parents, faculty, staff, parents of graduates, grandparents and friends whose contributions help ensure that Milton's students continue to have the very best educational experience possible.

We appreciate and acknowledge donors who made gifts between July 1, 2019 and June 30, 2020 in the 2019–2020 Report on Giving. Your support makes an important difference in the lives of students, faculty and in our community. To make a gift and be recognized in the 2020–2021 report, visit: milton.edu/donate

Questions?

Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of this report. If errors or omissions have occurred, please accept our apologies and contact our stewardship team at 617.898.2447 so that corrections can be made. Thank you.

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