Chrysalis exists because of gifts -- the gift of an extraordinary educational vision from our founders, the gifts of the many talented teachers who nurtured that vision along the way, and the gifts of countless families that continue to sustain the kind, supportive community that we all cherish. Please help shape Chrysalis' future with your gift.
Ways to give:
Chrysalis Annual Fund -- Donations to the Annual Giving Campaign support all the things you know and love about Chrysalis: the amazing staff, science, nature, extracurriculars, and so much more. Especially important are pledges and recurring gifts that allow you to make a gift over time. This year, our goal is to buy generators to keep the school open when the power goes out! Whatever is left will go 50% towards our multipurpose room and 50% to staff and students.
Capital Projects -- Help us build a beautiful physical learning environment for our children. We have the plans for a gorgeous multipurpose room for performances, indoor lunch and recess, after school, and electives. Are you interested in naming rights? This is a beautiful, lasting way to honor a loved one. Contact our Administrator today to start a conversation.
Parent Club -- The Parent Club is a nonprofit entity, distinct from Chrysalis Charter School, that supports a number of initiatives such as teacher mini-grants, community building events, Teacher Appreciation Week, and much much more. We love you Parent Club!
Every gift, from 5 dollars to 5 grand, makes a huge difference. Here's some examples:
- $5 - Covers the cost of a field trip for 1 student — no child is ever denied the opportunity to attend a trip due to inability to pay
- $20 - Replaces a worn out soccer ball
- $50 - Support a child to come camping with Chrysalis who otherwise couldn't afford to come -(fingers crossed we can go to Yosemite this spring!)
- $200 - Buys hands-on science materials for an elementary classroom
- $500 - Gives us new chairs for the multipurpose room
- $1200 - Gives us one of three generators needed to keep the power on and school open during a power shut-off (that plus some electrical work and we’ll be able to stay open when the power is out)