We Need Your Support
The value of a Morning Star School education is immeasurable. As a private 501(c)3 non-profit institution, our students are referred to us from many schools including all schools within the Diocese of St. Augustine and the public school system from five surrounding counties. We are not supported by a specific Parish and rely on parents, grandparents, past parents, alumni, foundations, community members and our “Circle of Friends” for funding the exceptional educational services we provide.
In addition to support need for day-day funding and scholarships, our existing student population has outgrown our physical facility, forcing us to rent classroom space at a nearby diocesan school for our middle school students. There is also a great need to expand our facilities to include a high school program. To solve these two needs, Morning Star School has launched the “Building A Brighter Future” capital campaign and began construction on a new building last year. Click HERE to learn more about our “Building A Brighter Future” Campaign.
Ways to Give
ONLINE GIVING is safe and secure. Click HERE to view our online donation form
CASH DONATIONS are always appreciated. Please make checks payable to Morning Star School.
CORPORATE MATCHING GIFTS are when businesses and corporations match your donation. Talk with your Human Resources office today!
MEMORIAL OR HONORARIUM GIFTS is a special way to leave a legacy for your loved one.
REAL ESTATE, SECURITIES AND STOCK GIFTS are other ways you may choose to donate to Morning Star School.
PLANNED GIFTS in your will or from your retirement plan can make a significant contribution to the ongoing success of our school.
Please call our Development Office at (904) 722-8529 or email email@example.com to discuss how you can help Morning Star School continue serving children with learning disabilities in Northeast Florida.
“All the amazing teachers and support staff. Their hearts are so full of love and understanding. We are grateful every day for this beautiful school!”A.R., Parent