2020-2021 Winter School Culver Fund Giving

This campaign ends on June 30 at 11:59PM EDT

We don't have to tell you that this school year is like no other as COVID19 continues to create new and persistent challenges. This new normal is hard. But we find comfort in knowing that we are tackling this together, as a community. Our commitment to you is to continue this school year with strength, purpose, and care, and to seek joy and laughter in every challenging moment. Whether we are near or far, we know things are better when we're together. 

We ask our community to join together in supporting the school, our deserving students, and our dedicated faculty and staff with a gift of any size to the annual fund. Here's why your gift this year is more important than ever: 

  • Our school needs to be nimble and able to respond quickly to the evolving needs of our students and teachers as COVID19 continues. Your gift to the annual fund provides us with the flexibility to do that, keeping our community safe, whole, and happy as we face new challenges.
  • So far this year, gifts to the annual fund have provided additional financial aid to our families, PPE for on-campus learning, advanced technology and faculty professional development to elevate our virtual learning, and COVID19 testing capabilities. These dollars are critical.

Since our founding in 1894, Culver has faced its share of challenges. Every time, we’ve shown our ability to persevere and come back stronger than before. This time will be no different. Culver’s future is in our hands—we are confident that we will again rise to the occasion, together. #since1894

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Winter School Class Leaderboard

The Winter School Class Leaderboard reflects giving from Winter School Alumni
AffiliationDonorsDollarsGoal ($)%
1941 3$3,600$1003600.0%
1942 1$500$100500.0%
1943 3$21,100$10021100.0%
1944 3$800$100800.0%
1945 3$55,000$50,000110.0%
1946 9$2,650$1002650.0%
1947 7$12,237$5,000244.7%
1948 10$4,400$2,500176.0%
1949 19$67,700$40,000169.3%
1950 22$68,525$40,000171.3%
1951 15$5,275$3,000175.8%
1952 45$109,037$86,000126.8%
1953 19$29,495$20,000147.5%
1954 16$45,000$45,50098.9%
1955 25$11,369$15,00075.8%
1956 30$70,462$50,000140.9%
1957 25$44,112$55,00080.2%
1958 32$30,459$50,00060.9%
1959 30$36,085$55,00065.6%
1960 27$32,272$45,00071.7%
1961 38$57,997$60,00096.7%
1962 53$89,222$35,000254.9%
1963 26$14,467$30,00048.2%
1964 45$111,855$150,00074.6%
1965 43$140,015$150,00093.3%
1966 34$109,499$125,00087.6%
1967 41$165,700$150,000110.5%
1968 49$86,632$100,00086.6%
1969 38$201,407$70,000287.7%
1970 15$105,340$85,000123.9%
1971 33$169,303$200,00084.7%
1972 14$7,295$25,00029.2%
1973 20$348,874$140,000249.2%
1974 31$63,008$100,00063.0%
1975 56$82,548$80,000103.2%
1976 31$100,968$75,000134.6%
1977 25$70,032$100,00070.0%
1978 14$7,450$20,00037.3%
1979 19$33,931$50,00067.9%
1980 15$14,820$30,00049.4%
1981 23$101,566$75,000135.4%
1982 18$64,472$60,000107.5%
1983 33$19,585$30,00065.3%
1984 39$33,798$35,00096.6%
1985 47$40,615$20,000203.1%
1986 63$113,969$160,00071.2%
1987 68$67,753$55,000123.2%
1988 44$39,095$30,000130.3%
1989 46$50,584$40,000126.5%
1990 52$27,483$25,000109.9%
1991 63$51,410$40,000128.5%
1992 38$9,923$8,000124.0%
1993 21$29,275$35,00083.6%
1994 23$18,602$35,00053.1%
1995 33$62,078$35,000177.4%
1996 56$32,852$100,00032.9%
1997 15$4,350$7,50058.0%
1998 50$16,315$15,000108.8%
1999 68$25,390$20,000127.0%
2000 26$12,605$5,000252.1%
2001 45$19,241$7,500256.5%
2002 21$15,390$15,000102.6%
2003 33$22,739$15,000151.6%
2004 19$6,593$12,00054.9%
2005 58$22,897$15,000152.6%
2006 30$5,570$12,00046.4%
2007 45$7,087$5,000141.7%
2008 28$17,528$10,000175.3%
2009 56$12,446$5,000248.9%
2010 20$3,099$5,00062.0%
2011 31$12,011$2,500480.5%
2012 23$8,841$1,500589.4%
2013 32$2,070$1,500138.0%
2014 10$3,350$1,500223.3%
2015 16$1,015$1,50067.7%
2016 9$407$1,50027.1%
2017 15$10,375$10010375.3%
2018 12$640$100640.0%
2019 20$13,952$10013952.2%
2020 18$1,647$1001646.7%


Donor affiliations


1% Alumni

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100% Winter School Alumni

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1% Faculty/Staff

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Donor list

Brian Fontanella
Stepfany Fuentes
Richard Kirschman
Andrew Hodgkin
Elliott David Keen
Rick Redfern
Jose, R, Fuentes
Richard Todd Moutardier
Kris Webb Sage
Langdon Johnston
Lance Jansen
Steven L Foster
Anonymous
William M. Glick
Charles A Fulmer
Charles Callison Olson
Collin J Parker
Dartanian Warr
Elliott David Keen
Armond E Thigpen
Jordan
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Amiyra Luqmaan
Meredith, K, Owen
Jaclyn C Cline
Matthew Muhlenkamp
Kirstin Aubele
Bradford Lowery
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Katie Giacobbe
Luke Palder
Sarah Maurrasse
Scooter Anata Walsh
Jackie Rooney
Shane Giuliani
Gregg Couch
Frison
William Oris
Marlaine Hudgins
Qianning Zhang
Sreenivas Vemulapalli
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