University School of Nashville's collective giving effort raised over $300,000 from nearly 800 donors providing a big boost to the Annual Fund. And, when 400 gifts were made, donors unlocked a special celebratory day for students schoolwide — Friday, March 24 will be Dress Like A Superhero Day. View photos from the exciting day on Edgehill here.
By Claudia Huskey, Annual Fund Director
When a streak of Tigers come together, anything is possible. We proved that on Wednesday, March 1, when nearly 800 members of the USN community contributed over $300,000 for the Annual Fund during the Tiger Give Back Challenge. Thank you to the dozens of parent, alumni, faculty, and grandparent volunteers who made our collective day a huge success. And to the hundreds of donors, we are grateful for the investment you made in the people and programs at University School of Nashville.
Students, faculty, and staff are invited to celebrate during Dress Like A Superhero Day. Teachers, nurses, doctors, elected officials, postal employees, sanitation collectors, first responders or Wonder Woman, Superman, Black Panther, Supergirl, Captain America, Batman, Spider Man, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles — our students can dress as any person they identify as a superhero on Friday, March 24.
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