Multiple Teams · Join Us For #GIVING TUESDAY


JOIN THE CHALLENGE BY CLICKING HERE TO DONATE

Donate to: (Athletics, Tuition Assistance, Technology, Music/Drama, or the Annual Fund (will go toward the greatest need)

Do you love Dock?!

YOU can make an impact!

In recognition of the national day of giving, Giving Tuesday, on December 3, Dock is challenging our alumni and friends to give to an area of campus that will directly impact our students and their experiences here at school.

Your gift, no matter the size, WILL contribute to making our goals in each of the project areas as well as our overall #PioneersGive total, a reality.

A generous group of former and current parents are matching up to $5,000 dollar for dollar!

Don’t care where your gift goes?  Just want to help?  You can give to the Annual Fund and it will go towards the greatest need!!

WHAT IS #GIVINGTUESDAY?

#GivingTuesday is an international response to the “me-focused” days following Thanksgiving:  Black Friday and Cyber Monday.  Last year, more than 7,000 organizations in 100 countries came together to celebrate #GivingTuesday.  Dock Mennonite Academy invites you to participate this year!

By making an on-line contribution to Dock Mennonite Academy, you can make a difference in the life of a child or young adult! For the 2018-19 school year, a total of 220 students are eligible for financial aid based upon household income and determination by an independent service.  These students represent approximately 30% of our student body on both campuses.  For these students, an education at Dock Mennonite Academy is not possible without the generous support of donors like you!

We have an exciting addition to Giving Tuesday this year. You can now see the impact of your giving on our new Giving Tuesday site as well as invite your friends to give to Dock. A generous group of parents and alum are matching dollar for dollar for the first $5,000 donated to #PioneersGive so your donation will double the impact! 

Contact Dock Mennonite Academy
www.dock.org  |  215-362-2675  |  info@dock.org