Thank you for supporting our spring fundraiser, Deep in the Heart of Chinquapin. Given the rapidly evolving COVID-19 situation, though, we believe it is in the best interest of our community to postpone our April 22 event. More details will follow this spring and over the summer.
We are grateful for your understanding and flexibility. We know not everyone will be able to make the new date; if you cannot attend the event, we ask that you contact Laura Hipps, development director, to discuss options to reallocate your donation.
Thank you for being part of our Chinquapin family. We appreciate your continued support as we transform learners into leaders. If you’re looking for additional ways to help our community in need as we navigate a new reality, please consider donating one or more items from our faculty wish lists or make a donation and we will purchase the item for you – tax free.
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