A small donation can make a huge difference
Generosity takes many forms at Jackson Walnut Park: from small acts of kindness, to service to the “dear neighbor,” to financial commitments that assure the sustainability of our programs and mission. However it is practiced, giving matters as a value and a virtue that all of us share. In the most practical terms, support for our schools will keep tuition affordable, makes financial aid for families in need possible, and enhances the quality of our programs and faculty. We practice, teach, and try to live by the spirit of giving.
"I give because 'I feel warm here' was the first impression of our older son who transferred to Jackson School in the middle of 4th grade. This is a school that not only provides rigorous academic curriculum, rich art and music programs, fun and learning extracurricular activities, but also embeds high moral values such as integrity, courage, respect, fairness, honesty and compassion in daily school life. It is a great inclusive community that we are grateful to be part of."Huajun Liu P’JWP ’16 & ’20
"JWP has become a trusted part of our family -- we are seeing our son flourish at Walnut Park academically, socially and as a contributor to his school community. We love seeing how he has grown and are excited to see our daughter enter the JWP family this Fall. We know how much the teachers and staff at JWP are putting into our children's daily experiences and are happy to be able to support them, just as they support our family."Tom and Lauren Stanley JWP'95, P'JWP'27 &'29
"Our family supports Jackson Walnut Park because it is a home away from home for our children. JWP is a community where our children feel loved and a community where they are encouraged TO love. At Jackson Walnut Park, our children are fostered academically, socially, and emotionally. The wonderful teachers encourage our children to flourish independently but know when to give them a boost when they need it. To us, JWP represents happiness and peace, a place where we have developed lifelong relationships with teachers and families who have opened our minds and our hearts. We are so grateful to be a part of this very special and diverse community, where all are always welcome."Vanessa and Ryan McAllister P' JWP '24 & '26