One of the reasons First Presbyterian Preschool enjoys a 70 years legacy is because of the vast volunteer and financial support we receive from current parents, past parents, grandparents, alumni, faculty, staff, and friends. It is impossible to name the countless ways our supporters give–both small and large–that have an enormous and lasting impact. As is the case for most private schools, tuition alone does not cover the cost of affording our children a strong early learning foundation. We are grateful for the numerous ways our community shares of their time, talent and financial support. Together we will all advance the mission and vision of First Presbyterian Preschool.
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SAVE THE DATE to Power Up for FPP!
First Presbyterian Preschool’s Annual Auction
Family Art and Auction Showcase* on Saturday, March 20, 9:00-1:00
Virtual Auction and Experience** on Saturday, April 17, 6:30-9:30
It’s that time of year! We hope you can make plans to join us and support our annual fundraiser, the First Presbyterian Preschool Auction. Each year this fundraiser is an important event for our school, providing FPP with the financial resources it needs to maintain and enhance the preschool’s music, arts, science, STEM and literacy programs as well as fund tuition assistance and scholarships for families. And while this year will look different, we are excited about some of our new offerings with this year’s signature fundraiser!
New additions include:
Please consider joining our growing list of family sponsors and corporate sponsors! We hope each FPP family will find a way to be involved and support this year’s auction. This school year has definitely been different than expected, but our FPP families have always joined together to “Power Up for FPP!” We look forward to this celebration!
Interested in becoming a corporate sponsor or have questions?? Reach out to Cate Singerman (firstname.lastname@example.org)
*- Rain date is March 27, 2021 from 9:00-1:00
**- The Auction Committee is working on a number of options for the night-of the auction, including smaller gatherings for families, following COVID-19 guidelines and recommendations. Decisions on these gathering opportunities will be made prior to April 1.