The Landon community contributes to school life in many meaningful ways. Parents volunteer their time to sell flowers at our annual Azalea Festival, alumni organize networking events around the country, and many members of our community give financial support to the school.

At Landon, we have one purpose when we raise money: It’s for the boys.

Because tuition covers 85 percent of our students’ education each year, every dollar we receive supports our boys in every aspect of their school day: from the classroom to the art studio, on the fields and in the music rooms.

More than 1,700 members of our community made a gift to Landon in the last year. That number truly demonstrates the generous spirit of giving at Landon.

By making a donation, you ensure that we are One Landon — a community that shares in the common goal of preparing our boys to be accomplished, responsible and caring men.

See below how you can be a part of One Landon!

The Landon Fund: Annual giving is our top fundraising priority this year. Our goal for 2017–18 is to raise $1.6 million to support the day-to-day operations of the school.

Azalea Garden Festival: The Azalea Festival in May is our signature community event and our biggest! The Greens Sale and Holiday Boutique in December round out our Festival events.

Legacy Circle: The Legacy Circle recognizes members of the Landon community who have made provisions for the school in their financial or estate plans.

Golden Bears: Golden Bears are donors who have contributed $2,500 or more in a fiscal year. Our giving societies, named in honor of some of our most beloved headmasters and teachers, reflect different levels of financial support.

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