Thank you all for your generous support!
Giving Tuesday was created around a simple idea – a day to celebrate and encourage people to do good – and has grown into a global initiative that inspires millions of people to ‘give gratefully’ by donating and celebrating generosity.
This year we hope to inspire 300 families and friends to make a gift to our school on Giving Tuesday, of any amount that is meaningful to you.
Join us at 8:30 on Thursday, 11/28 in the Mary Louise Evans building (MLE) for coffee and light breakfast provided by Rosenberg's Bagels & Delicatessen, prior to visiting your children's classrooms for their Celebrations of Learning. Learn more about the impact and importance of investing in our kids, their teachers, and all of our families.
Any donations made to Community Giving before or on Giving Tuesday, November 28, will count towards our Giving Tuesday goal. If you wish to designate your gift to multiple funds, contact Natasha Tiff.
Express Your Gratitude
Bust out the crayons and colored pencils this Thanksgiving and curate your own Tiny Gallery of Gratitude with friends and family! Download and print from home, or stop by the Welcome Center to pick-up a coloring sheet.
Why They Give
Members of our community share why they support Community Giving at ISDenver.
“I personally give to ISDenver and I encourage all families to give in whatever ways that are meaningful to them. For me, making an automatic monthly contribution is the easiest way for me to make an impactful gift each year that helps continue the traditions at our school and improve the ISDenver Experience.” - Alberta Utech
"I feel lucky to work at a school like ISDenver, but I’m even luckier to have two children learning, engaging, and growing at this school as well. I will continue to invest in ISDenver to support this community of students, teachers, and parents that I care so much about.” – Annie Barocas, ISDenver Director of Counseling and Director of Inclusivity and Belonging
“As a family, we participate in Community Giving to enhance the ISDenver Experience and invest in the educational growth of our children.” - Kassy Khandelwal
“My students always say that sharing is caring. I believe it too, so I donated to ISDenver through our Community Giving efforts. If everybody can share a little bit, it can make a big difference!” - Yoyo Sinnott, Co-Leader of Chinese Program, Teacher