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Our Oneness-Family School community thrives because of the dedication and generosity of our parents, grandparents, board members, faculty, alumni, community partners and volunteers, and friends. Because we are a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, your support is vital to our mission: Providing child-centered education with a global perspective, contributing to a more peaceful world.

Tuition at Oneness-Family School meets 96% of our school’s operating expenses. Like most nonprofit, independent schools, we call upon our community to support our Annual Fund and help us bridge the budget gap. Your tax-deductible donation to the Annual Fund is an investment in Oneness-Family School’s mission and our children’s future. 

Make Your Gift

2021-2022 Annual Fund Goals

This year's Annual Fund will go towards two important school projects.

1. The acquisition of a new school bus, which is crucial in allowing our classes access to the myriad of learning opportunities located off-campus.

2. Repairs and/or replacement of our Lower School blacktop, which is the primary site for our recess, physical fitness classes and aftercare program, and has been an enormously important space during the pandemic.

How To Give

Gifts and pledges may be made through the online form below. If you prefer to mail a check, please send it to our Lower School address listed below:

Oneness-Family School Annual Fund
6701 Wisconsin Avenue
Chevy Chase, MD 20815
For any questions regarding the Annual Fund and making a gift, please email
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So far we have raised $68,266—we need to raise $31,734 more to reach this year's goal!


Yes! I/We Will Donate to the Oneness-Family School Annual Fund

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Your Investment in the Annual Fund...

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Supports enriching programs for students in art, music, yoga, fitness, and foreign language

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Provides professional development opportunities for faculty and staff

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Sustains essential technology for staff and students in the classroom

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