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Giving Societies

Granolithic Society

The Granolithic Society honors our loyal donors who give to the Westtown Fund yearly. The Granolithic is the walkway that stretches from one end of the campus to the other and is the pathway upon which our community travels every day. Members of the Granolithic Society are the backbone of the Westtown Fund, providing the essential financial support upon which we rely.

Granolithic Society Levels

Charter Member:
2-4 years of consecutive yearly giving to the Westtown Fund

Milestone Member:
5-19 years of consecutive yearly giving to the Westtown Fund

Lifetime Member:
20+ years of consecutive giving to the Westtown Fund

1799 Society

The 1799 Society recognizes donors who give to the Westtown Fund at a leadership level. The name honors the small group of Quakers who, in 1799, made the first donations to establish Westtown School.

Young Alumni/ae/x Membership in the 1799 Society
Young alumni are invited to join the 1799 Society by making incremental gifts at a leadership level. This program allows alumni to gradually increase their giving during the first 20 years after graduating in hope that they will reach The North Woods Circle at the $1,799 level.

Students and 1 – 5 Year Alumni$17.99
6 – 10 Year Alumni$79.90
11 – 15 Year Alumni$179.90
16 – 20 Year Alumni$799
21+ Year Alumni and All Other Constituents$1799


Leadership Giving Circles
This year we are introducing Leadership Giving Circles to the 1799 Society to honor our donors who demonstrate a generous commitment to our mission to inspire our graduates to be stewards and leaders of a better world. Membership is open to individuals, families, and organizations that make an annual gift at least $1,799 to the Westtown Fund.

$1,799 – $2,499The North Woods Circle
$2,500 – $4,999The Meeting House Circle
$5,000 – $9,999The Farm Circle
$10,000 – $14,999The Lake Circle
$15,000 – $24,999The South Lawn Circle
$25,000 – $49,999The Central Circle
$50,000 and aboveThe Greenwood Circle
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