Menlo Centennial Campaign
What’s the Magic of Menlo?
It’s the relationships between our students and their teachers and coaches. We know our students. We know their strengths, their passions, and how to awaken their potential.
And we can do even better. Through the Menlo Centennial Campaign, we can create innovative educational programs and campus spaces that transform their lives.
We’re committed to our mission and poised to take our School and our students to further heights. Few schools can claim that they have completely renovated every building on their campus in just 25 years. Few schools can claim the deep commitment to financial assistance that Menlo does. Few schools support their teachers with the compensation that we do. Few schools are Menlo.
Through a thoughtful expansion of our endowment and the disciplined completion of our campus master plan, and with your support, we will build a legacy for generations of Menlo Knights to come. Join us!
Look here for more information about the campaign’s priorities.
CAPITAL PROJECTS: Completing and Transforming the Center of Campus
We’re building the Spieker Center for the Performing Arts, to go along with the Dining Commons and renovations to athletic facilities.
ENDOWMENT: Focusing on Menlo’s Future
We’re aiming to strengthen Menlo’s long-term financial stability and invest in people and programs that support the School’s mission to provide an innovative educational experience for all deserving students.
If you would like to be a part of the Menlo Centennial Campaign with a gift or pledge, contact Lara Sellers, Menlo’s Director of Major Gifts and Campaigns, at email@example.com or 650.330.2001 ext. 2548.
It’s easy to give online, and every gift matters, no matter the amount! Simply go to www.ts-show.com/supportmenlo to make your gift today.
See the Menlo Centennial Campaign Honor Roll (Menlo login required)
MENLO CENTENNIAL CAMPAIGN LEADERSHIP
LEADERSHIP GIFTS COMMITTEE
Rey Banatao ’91
Steve Miller ’87
SPECIAL GIFTS COMMITTEE
Grady Burnett, Co-chair
Kelly Golub, Co-chair
Lara Sellers, Co-chair
Ryan Enright ’88
Bill Thompson ’91