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Why Give?


WHY DO I GIVE TO BROOKS?

“Schools like Brooks don’t operate on tuition dollars alone. For its future, Brooks needs philanthropic support. I am grateful for my education and how Brooks prepared me for life, and I want to help secure the brightest future possible for the school.”

Ashley W. Scott ’84, P’11, P’14

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Why Give?


WHY DO I GIVE TO BROOKS?

“Schools like Brooks don’t operate on tuition dollars alone. For its future, Brooks needs philanthropic support. I am grateful for my education and how Brooks prepared me for life, and I want to help secure the brightest future possible for the school.”

Ashley W. Scott ’84, P’11, P’14

 
 
I give to Brooks every year and I do it out of a commitment to the school. Brooks invested in me and I am proud to be part of a community that gives back to Brooks.
— Cristina Antelo ’95

Why I Give ...

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Gorham


“It is a real privilege and honor to be able to give the opportunities to others that were given to me.”

Steve Gorham ’85, P’17

Gorham


“It is a real privilege and honor to be able to give the opportunities to others that were given to me.”

Steve Gorham ’85, P’17

 
 
Brooks belongs to all of us and it is our right and responsibility to look after it to make sure that the kids today benefit from the same sorts of experiences we had during our time at Brooks.
— Whitney Romoser Savignano ’87
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Why Brooks


“We’ve invested a lot in our children’s education sending all three to Brooks. Giving to the Capital Campaign protects that investment. It ensures that the reputation of a Brooks education is maintained and our children can continue to be proud of having attended Brooks. Our children benefited from the generosity of those who came before us and now it is our turn to pay it forward for the next generation of students.”

Susan and Kevin Barry,  P’13, P’16, P’18

 

Why Brooks


“We’ve invested a lot in our children’s education sending all three to Brooks. Giving to the Capital Campaign protects that investment. It ensures that the reputation of a Brooks education is maintained and our children can continue to be proud of having attended Brooks. Our children benefited from the generosity of those who came before us and now it is our turn to pay it forward for the next generation of students.”

Susan and Kevin Barry,  P’13, P’16, P’18