Like all capital projects Indian Springs has successfully undertaken, the Kayser-Samford Community Commons will require a broad support base. I am pleased to report that over two-thirds of the $13.5 million needed has been pledged during a quiet-phase fundraising effort. We hope you will consider supporting this next chapter of the Indian Springs experience by giving to this critical priority for the school to the best of your ability.
As a distinct need wholly separate from the annual fund, gifts to this project may be pledged over a three to five-year period. Please contact me, Head of School Scott Schamberger, or any of my colleagues in the Advancement Office with questions you may have, including about naming opportunities in and around the new building. There will be additional communications outlining how donors can participate in this exciting initiative at all giving levels, as well as a number of scheduled opportunities to hear more about this in person. Thank you for your consideration of support.
Jim Simon, Assistant Head of School for Advancement & External Affairs