True Blue Annual Fund

You make Lovett’s exceptional education possible. The True Blue Annual Fund is Lovett’s most important giving priority. Your participation is critical and reflects your belief in all that happens here.

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True Blue gifts, large and small, make possible the enhanced resources and programs that make each student’s education unique and powerful. And now you can direct your gift to a particular area of Lovett through the True Blue Family of Funds

Our 2016-17 True Blue efforts seeks to raise $2.75 million to fund the extra resources necessary for Lovett's exceptional education. All Lovett families and community members are asked to support the True Blue Annual Fund. True Blue 
gifts are tax-deductible as allowed by law. The True Blue Annual Fund begins on July 1 and payments are due by June 30 the following year. 

The loyalty and support of this special group of lead donors remains central to True Blue's success. Membership in The 1926 Society is extended to those who contribute $2,500 or more to True Blue or contribute at Young Alumni Leadership levels. To learn more, click here.

True Blue FAQs


Why can’t Lovett increase tuition to cover the full cost of educating each student?

Large increases in tuition may prohibit the opportunity of a Lovett education to many families, therefore altering the diverse culture and distinctive learning environment each student currently enjoys. Through tax-deductible donations to True Blue, we can keep tuition costs more affordable and provide financial aid and scholarships to deserving students.

What is a matching gift?

Many employers will match any charitable contributions made by their employees. If your company has such a program, request a matching gift form. Your gift to Lovett may be doubled or possibly tripled! Some companies even match gifts made by retirees and/or spouses. To find out if your company has a matching gift policy, please visit www.lovett.org/matchinggifts.

I redirected my Georgia tax liability to Lovett through the Georgia Private School Tax Credit Program. Can that count as my gift to True Blue?

No. While we appreciate you redirecting your state tax dollars for financial aid at Lovett, please note that a contribution to the Apogee Student Scholarship Organization, designated to Lovett, cannot be counted as a gift to True Blue.

How does a gift to True Blue differ from capital and endowment gifts?

Periodic appeals, such as the recent Our Defining Decade campaign, are made for specific needs such as facility improvements or increases to endowment.  These appeals are typical during a capital campaign. A capital or endowment gift supports Lovett’s future. The True Blue Annual Fund is primarily used for current operations.

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