A SPECIAL THANKS TO
Tricia & Alan Ratliff
Louisa S. Sarofim
Thanks to the sponsors, ticket holders, and donors – and the more than 130 guests who joined Seth Meyers and Khambrel Marshall for A Great Night With Chinquapin Prep!
Final numbers are in and we are thrilled to have exceeded our goal of $150,000!! All proceeds support Chinquapin’s mission:
- A rigorous college prep education to bright and motivated kids: 161 6th-12th graders this year.
- Ensure a 100% graduation rate.
- Equip alumni to embody Chinquapin’s quid pro quo motto as they go into the world and become community leaders.
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