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The Weber Fund

The Weber Fund supports visionary curricular and co-curricular programming, professional development for faculty and staff, and tuition assistance to create a school that is more affordable to families.

Large or small, each gift is meaningful. Your investment, from someone who knows the school the best is an extremely important indicator of Weber's strength, and an important endorsement for those in the broader community considering a gift to the school.

The Weber Fund (unrestricted annual giving)

  • Helps close the gap between what tuition covers and what it costs to operate the school
  • Seeks support – of any size – from every Weber constituency: parents, grandparents, alumni, friends, faculty, staff and Board members
  • teacher training and enrichment
  • improvements to our athletic program
  • expanded fine arts programming
  • enrichment opportunities for students inside and outside of the classroom

Weber Fund donors will be publicly acknowledged in our publications and year-end newsletter. Those giving a gift of at least $2,000 will be recognized as members of the Kesher Society (meaning “connections” in Hebrew).

The Kesher Society is Weber's highest form of recognition for those Weber School annual donors whose gifts are $2,000 or more.

What does it mean to be a member of The Kesher Society?

  • Members receive special and frequent recognition throughout the year, including a prominent listing on the website.
  • Members receive credit for 5 "tribute" gifts of $18 each ($90 value) (meaning, they may make 5 tribute gifts at no extra cost)
  • Members receive complimentary entry to all athletic events.
  • Members receive complimentary membership to The Booster Club and Weber Parent Group.
  • Members are invited to the highly anticipated Kesher Society Member Recognition Event each year.


  • Because of their larger size, Kesher gifts have a greater effect in the classroom, helping support more students and faculty
  • Gifts at the Kesher level go farther in closing the gap between what it costs to educate our students and what tuition alone covers.
  • Through their generous commitments, Kesher donors offer an important endorsement of Weber's unique educational environment.
  • Members who give at the $2,000 level and above are regarded as leaders in the school community, helping inspire others to do the same.

Directed (temporarily restricted giving)

  • Gifts to be used in full for a specific program, purchase, or project as directed by the donor
  • Popular examples include capital gifts, annual scholarships, athletic equipment, arts initiatives, and The Senior Israel Poland Experience.