Capital Campaign

Every gift adds up! Every gift makes a difference!
Thank you for "Giving Back" to B. W. W. Harris

The B. W. Harris Episcopal School Alumni Association-USA, Inc. encourages alumni and friends to make a difference to the school by making tax-deductible gifts. These gifts strengthen the school's ability to serve its students through scholarships, teaching, innovative technology, extracurricular activities and capital investments; they help shape the experience of every B.W. Harris student and faculty member, and have a direct impact on the future of Liberia. Your gifts will provide educational resources to deserving students in transfomative ways, and offer alumni a chance to give back to our alma mater. 

Mission Statement
Our mission is to develop and implement opportunities for affordable and targeted giving to B. W. Harris Episcopal School, in order to permit any donor to give at a level that that meets their donation goals.

What can you do?
Each alumnus or alumane or friend can make a difference by contributing to B. W. Harris. Your contribution will ensure additional opportunities for B. W. Harris' students, enhance innovative programs at the school, and retain outstanding faculty members. Your contribution will provide B. W. Harris with the flexibility and means to meet the constant and rapidly changing needs of education, and make a difference for the future of Liberia.
All gifts are tax deductible to the extent provided by law.

Infrastructure Development Task Force
The Infrastructure Development Task Force is a specialized and dedicated arm of the Capital Campaign Committee committed to raising$200,000.00 over four years to fund the design and construction of additional space at the school. The prospective additional space would host a conference room, training rooms, additional class rooms, a modern computer room, a digital library and additional office space, all of which will be planned collaboratively with the Bishop of the Episcopal Church of Liberia, the Board of Trustees, and the administration of B. W. Harris.