Ten Ways To Support Woodlawn School
There are many ways to make a gift to Woodlawn School. Every gift makes a difference. We are grateful for your support.
- Donate. Make a difference with a gift to the Woodlawn Annual Fund. Give a one-time or monthly gift online, or mail a check to Woodlawn School, P.O. Box 549, Davidson, NC 28036.
- Get Social. Get daily glimpses of life at Woodlawn by liking us on Facebook and following us on Twitter (@woodlawnschool) and Instagram (woodlawn_school)
- Let your car do the talking. You can tell a lot about a person by looking at his bumper! Make sure your Woodlawn magnet is visible to drivers everywhere.
- Give the gift of time. Whether you have an hour a day or an hour a month, there are plenty of opportunities to volunteer at Woodlawn. Tell us what you like to do and we’ll find a way you can support the Woodlawn mission. From gardening to party planning, on- or off-campus, there is something for everyone.
- Be the team’s biggest cheerleader. Woodlawn offers plenty of events where it is perfectly acceptable to yell at the top of your lungs! Check the athletics page of our website for dates and times of all Trailblazer athletic events.
- Go Green. Be a walking Woodlawn billboard while running errands around town! Order your new Woodlawn spirit gear today!
- Take the Wheel. Field trips and community service learning help make Woodlawn, Woodlawn. Ask your child’s teacher how you can help transport students to and from these trips – and get to spend a little extra time with your child in the process!
- Link Up. Link your Harris Teeter VIC card to Woodlawn’s account (5723). Then link your Target RedCard to our account (124512) there. Support Woodlawn though AmazonSmile as well. These generous corporate programs provide cash payments to Woodlawn, whenever customers like you check out at the register.
- Model becoming a lifelong learner. Let your student become the teacher for the evening and you might just be surprised at the new things you learn!
- Yell “Go Blazers” when people least expect it. Hey, we said we wanted to develop people who will contribute to a diverse global society! Spread the word!