The MVFund: Mount Vernon's Annual Giving Campaign
Mount Vernon’s Annual Fund - the MVFund - is our primary fundraising initiative, supporting our annual operating budget.
Matching Gifts are an easy way to double or, in some cases, triple your gift to the School. Search here to see if your company offers a matching gifts program.
Gifts to the MVFund are tax-deductible and close the gap between the necessities funded by tuition and the extra resources that are essential to the Mount Vernon experience. These funds reflect an investment that pays dividends by enriching the intellectual, social, and personal development of every student.
When you reinvest in the School - we attract and retain the highest caliber of teachers with the best academic resources. We are then able to make the difference between your child going to a great school and having an extraordinary experience.
To mail your gift to the School, please send it to:
Community Development Office
Mount Vernon School
510 Mount Vernon Highway NE
Atlanta, GA 30328
Learn how the MVFund benefits the Mount Vernon community through the questions others have asked in our MVFund Frequently Asked Questions. For questions regarding Giving at Mount Vernon, please contact Director of Community Giving Elizabeth Werdesheim, at email@example.com.
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Corporate Matching Gift Program: A Gift Match could double or triple your gift.
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Meet Director of Community Giving Elizabeth Werdesheim:
Elizabeth manages the MVFund, our School’s primary fundraising initiative. Prior to coming to Mount Vernon, Elizabeth spent 15+ years in business development at KPMG and Deloitte, where she established two non-profits.
Her son Charlie started at Mount Vernon this year and is in Ms. Edward's second-grade class. You can find Elizabeth coaching the Middle School Cross Country team as she is a former collegiate runner.