Have you checked your Annual Fund gift off of your to-do list? Now (or May 13) is a great time!
Thu, May 2 8:40am

Welcome back to school, and all that spring brings! Before we know it, we'll be waving goodbye for the summer. But first, we need to raise $62,000 in order to meet our Annual Fund goal of $210,000 by June 30. Raising this much money in just two months is unprecedented, but not impossible! Due to unfortunate shortfalls in DOE funding, PS 107 is counting on us.

In the spirit of accomplishing audacious goals, PS 107 family has very generously pledged to anonymously match all donations made during the week of May 13, up to $5,000. 

If you've been waiting for the right moment to make your contribution, this will likely be your last opportunity this school year to double your impact.

Given our gap to goal, this matching gift challenge will launch us closer to the finish line, but won't get us all the way there. We'll need 100% participation. Here's how to support PS 107 directly via the Annual Fund:

Give online via Konstella, write a check to “PS 107 PTA,” or make a gift of stock. You can share this public link to non-Konstella users (e.g. friends and family) who might want to support your child's school. Donations to the PTA are fully tax deductible.

Ms. Joanna has shared that DOE funds consistently fall short of what's needed for PS 107 to function, making PTA support essential. Annual Fund dollars directly supplement PS 107's operating budget, paying for a range of expenses, from basic supplies and curriculum materials to arts residencies. 

The PTA's Annual Fund pledge of $210,000 breaks down to $404 per child. Please give as generously as your family is able to ensure that we hit this target, with the understanding that every family's circumstances are different. Every gift matters.

Already made your gift? THANK YOU! Please spread the word within your circles . . . we all know it can be hard to keep up with the Konstella feed!


Questions about the Annual Fund? Please contact PS 107 parent Nisha Aoyama: nisha@ps107.org.