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Culture of Philanthropy

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Only with widespread support from our community can Whitfield sustain the resources needed to provide the uncompromising academic and character education our families and students expect. 

The Whitfield Fund

The Whitfield Fund is the collection of unrestricted charitable contributions. 

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Major Gifts

Whitfield’s permanently restricted and board-allocated endowment is a collection of funds that support students, faculty, staff and programs. 

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Planned Giving

Establishing a planned gift allows you to “leave a legacy,” and impact Whitfield beyond your lifetime. 

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Green & White Gala

Honoring the legacies of Head of School John Delautre and long-time faculty member Sheila McCarthy for their years of service and tremendous contributions to the Whitfield Community.

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Make a Gift

There are many ways to make your gift, and support our special school. 

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100%

2021-22 Trustee, Faculty & Staff participation

$1.05M

Raised for the Whitfield Fund in 2021-22

$1.08M

2022-23 Whitfield Fund Goal

$15.4M

Endowment as of 6/30/2021

WHITFIELD PHILANTHROPISTS

Sheri & Paul Diemer

Parents of Alumni Paul and Sheri Diemer

Sheri & Paul Diemer

Parents of Blake ’10, Griffin ’12

“We support Whitfield because it was a great environment for our sons.  The Annual Fund is crucial to ensuring Whitfield remains one of the very best college preparatory schools in the St. Louis area.  Our boys will always be Whitfield alumni and we want to do our part to support the school’s ongoing success.”

Nancy & Nick Kurten

Nick and Nancy Kurten

Nancy & Nick Kurten


Parents of Bo ’88
Grandparents of Lauren ’10, Jimmy ’14, Tyler ’17, Abigail ’19
“Whitfield represents many of the best academic, athletic, service-oriented student bodies in our community.  Students are proud and are excited about learning, being challenged and participating! There is one more important aspect to add to the mix that helped to make Whitfield the school it is today.  In the past thirty years, families, alums and the community have generously supported our school financially so that change could happen."