The 2016-17 Lincoln Fund

This campaign ended on June 30, 2017, but you can still make a gift to Lincoln Academy by clicking here!

Here's an important way to give back to LA -- making a gift to the Lincoln Fund! For the 2016-17 year, our goal is $250,000. It’s ambitious to be sure, but with the generous support of alumni, parents, and friends it’s one that we can achieve.

Why give to the Lincoln Fund? Here are some good reasons:

You love Lincoln Academy, believe in its mission, and want the very best for current and future generations of Eagles.
Your gift is truly important to LA! Your gift to the Lincoln Fund allows our historic independent town academy to provide a first-rate education to its students.
Alumni participation is a key measurement. The Lincoln Fund isn’t just about large gifts… it’s also about $50 here and $100 there, and a demonstration that we believe that a Lincoln Academy education is a solid investment in the future.

Donor affiliations

8% Alumni

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2% Parents

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1% Faculty/Staff

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4% Friends

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Donor list

Dennis H. Hilton
Yvette M Sullivan
Amy McNaughton
Edward Seidel
Steven P Chaney & Steven and Patricia
Amy B Brooks
Heather H Harris
Anna Myers
Christopher J Olson
Jon and Jen Ziegra & Jon and Jen
Sara Nordhoff
Lucille B. Andersen & Ken Andersen
Joanna P. Richardson
Matthew Filler & Karen
Carlton J Sparrell
Edward White
John W Mulcahy
Irene Brady Barber
Katrin Fesmire
Heather Williamson Thomas
John C Harris
Scott V Burnheimer
Christine Wajer & Christopher
Alicia J. Nichols Fundraising Counsel
Stephanie Hunt
Karen Leavitt Paz
Judith & Judith and Thomas
Garret M. Bensen & Rose L Bensen
Jan Chapman & Jan
William M. Robb & Sondra T. Robb
Lurie Palino
Jacqueline Aubé

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With an unrestricted gift of $100 or more to the Lincoln Fund, you may order a personalized brick to be included in the Bob Baldwin Family Plaza at the newly renovated Fred French Softball Field.