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Kent Denver FundThe Kent Denver Fund is crucial to delivering our mission of transforming lives of students and community through extraordinary educational experiences.

Like all independent schools, Kent Denver relies on the philanthropic support of our community, as tuition alone cannot provide the incredible learning opportunities that we deliver. Tuition ensures excellence in all areas of the Kent Denver experience; The Kent Denver Fund helps turn excellent into extraordinary.


Gifts to the Kent Denver Fund support the school’s day-to-day operations and allow us to:

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Pay our world-class teachers and staff Colorado’s top school salaries and benefits 
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Fund programmatic innovations in real time, rather than waiting for a new budget year 

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Support expanded activities such as grade level retreats, travel to competitions and service learning opportunities
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Provide more financial aid than another other independent school in Colorado

Ways to Give

We offer several convenient ways to give, and all contributions to the Kent Denver Fund are 100% tax deductible!

Thank You!

Your contribution directly supports the daily transformational experiences of our students and inspires the greater community to join you in giving back. Every gift makes a difference—thank you for your participation!  

Questions? Contact Christina Castro '09, Director of Annual Giving, at (303) 770-7660 ext. 285.

Annual Fund Giving Levels

Kent Denver honors the generosity of  donors through the following giving levels:

Leadership Giving:

1922 Society:
Bogue & Black Society: 
Herbert B. Moore Society:
President's Circle:

Founders' Club:
Head of School Council: 
Patrons' Circle:
Friends' Circle:
Gifts up to $999

“We could never imagine a stronger community, environment or education for our children. That’s why we are honored to support the Kent Denver Fund! We’ll never be able to express our gratitude enough for what our children have experienced there during such formative and important years.”Sissy & Mac Blount Class of 1994

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Extraordinary philanthropy creating generational legacies

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