CHERRY PRESCHOOL’S 23rd ANNUAL JUBILEE
Cherry’s Grand Bazaar
Saturday, March 21, 2015
The Jewish Reconstructionist Synagogue
303 Dodge, Evanston
Come enjoy cocktails, a light dinner, and live music while placing your bids on silent and live auction items. Proceeds from the evening benefit Cherry’s Inclusion and Financial Assistance Programs.
Thank you to our sponsors!
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Please RSVP by March 31.
You may also purchase your Jubilee tickets online below
PLEASE CONSIDER MAKING A DONATION TO OUR ANNUAL APPEAL
Many thanks to all who have already contributed to our annual appeal. It’s not too late to make a donation to benefit our tuition Scholarship and Inclusion Program funds.
We’re More Than Just A Preschool!
Read the STATE OF THE SCHOOL REPORT 2014
Did you know that Cherry Preschool’s Scholarship Program has grown from $2k in 1992 to $110k this school year and that our Inclusion Program enrollment continues to be 10 – 12% of our student population?
We are living our mission!!! Without the generous support of our donors this would not be possible. If you believe in our mission, click here to make a donation to our annual appeal.
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HOW YOUR DONATION DIRECTLY BENEFITS CHILDREN:
A MESSAGE FROM THE PARENTS OF THE CHERRY PRESCHOOL BOARD
Being part of Cherry Preschool has been a life-changing experience that has formed a wonderful community for our children and for us. The Cherry community extends beyond the red brick building on Lake Street into the lives of past, current, and future families: It’s the friendships – children and parents – that start at Penny Park. It’s the relationship with Cherry teachers who understand the unique strengths and challenges of each child. It’s the preparation children receive by playing and learning together with children who reflect the diversity of the world in which we live.
These good things do not happen without the tremendous investment of time and resources of so many Cherry families, both past and present, as well as of the staff and friends of Cherry Preschool. Cherry’s need for scholarship dollars has grown from $27,000 in 2004 to $110,000 for the 2014-15 year. That means that nearly 1 in 6 children are attending Cherry Preschool because of the generous support of our community. In addition, approximately 11 percent of Cherry students have identified special needs. They are learning in a community that values every child as a unique person with special gifts and talents. This program will cost $139,000 in 2014-15.
An integral part of our mission at Cherry has always been our commitment to diversity, community outreach, inclusion of children with special needs, and assistance for financially stressed families. Please consider a gift as generous as your budget permits. Whatever you are able to contribute will be greatly appreciated and will make a difference in the life of a child.
THE CHERRY PRESCHOOL BOARD