Gifts of cash are the easiest and most popular way to support Advent Episcopal School. Gifts may be made in a single contribution or pledged and paid in installments.

While gifts to The Advent Fund deliver the most immediate impact by helping the school address our most pressing needs, you are welcome to designate your gift to one of our additional funds or the Endowment.

List of 7 items.

  • The Advent Fund

    To make a one-time contribution to The Advent Fund, our annual giving campaign, please click on the button below then enter the amount and your information:


    If you desire to have your donation go to a more targeted area of school life, you may select any of the specific funds below:
  • Memorial Gift

    Please denote who the gift is in memory of in the "Add a note" block of the PayPal site.
  • General Endowment

    In addition to growth due to an effective strategy, the school received a $50,000 gift during the 2013-2014 year honoring Mrs. Battles' dedication to the school. Continued growth in the endowment from solid leadership and additional gifts will be critical for our school’s future.

  • Endowed Scholarship Fund


  • Endowed Minority Scholarship Fund


  • Una and Craig Battles Innovation Fund

    The Una and Craig Battles Innovation Fund is named after Advent's long-serving Headmistress and her husband, who also was a verteran Advent administrator. This fund is used to advance technology and other exciting inovations at Advent. This fund was established in 2013. The fund originated from the 2013 Auction with gifts totaling $100,000. The school has spent $50,000 on various technology projects. 
  • Rick Phillips Community Service Fund

    In the spirit of Rick Phillips, Advent's Organist and Choirmaster, this fund helps promote community engagement and the importance of leadership for Advent Upper School students. Ten percent of the Lessons and Carols’ collection, roughly $600.00, provided the initial gift establishing this fund. An additional gift of $3000.00 was made in honor of a former student.