Looking Back, Pay It Forward

$14,676
Donated
58% of $25,000 goal
35
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This campaign ended on June 30, 2022, but you can still make a gift to Montclair Kimberley Academy by clicking here!
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Honor your reunion by paying it forward with your gift in support of MKA’s Community Scholarship Program. This essential program, critical to MKA’s mission, is philanthropically funded and is possible thanks to the support and generosity of our Montclair Kimberley Academy.

For over 50 years, Montclair Kimberley Academy’s Community Scholars Program has made educational dreams come true for generations of students. By reducing financial barriers to an MKA experience, the Community Scholars Program helps young men and women achieve their full potential, and today they are some of our most accomplished graduates. Each scholarship provides complete financial support for eight students per year. Our Scholars are in grades 6-12, represent a racial or ethnic minority, show exceptional academic potential, embrace the values of the MKA community, and demonstrate full financial need.

Give the gift of an MKA education to continue the traditions and core values of Knowledge, Vision, and Integrity for every student. 


Updates
You've Been Challenged!

Our goal is to reach $100,000 in reunion class gifts, and we are off to a great start! Thanks to a generous alumni challenge, every dollar given from March 1 through April 30 will be matched up to $25,000.

Thank you to our Reunion Challenge Donors

Class of 1972 – Susie Huang

Class of 1977 – Rick Jenkins and Cheryl & Peter McMullen

Class of 1992 – Cliff Finkle, Julie Kim and Scott Weiner

195 days ago by Lauren Ramos

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