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EveryCat Challenge Updates

We Did It!

Thanks to your generosity, we surpassed our goal of 2,500 Westminster Fund commitments during the EveryCat Challenge. Donors ensure that every Wildcat has the limitless opportunities and unparalleled experiences that make Westminster a school unlike any other. Thank you. 💚

Final Day!

It's the last day of EveryCat and we are so close to our goal of 2,500 Westminster Fund commitments! Show your support by making a gift or pledge before midnight!

Westminster Fund Parent Participation

With just two days remaining in our EveryCat Challenge, here's a look at the current parent participation for each grade!

1,000th AlumniCat to Give!

For being the 1,000th AlumniCat to make a gift to The Westminster Fund, the EveryCat team surprised Laura Draper '86 with a sweet treat!

Why the EveryCat Challenge Matters

Wildcats reach their full potential thanks to the generosity of the Westminster community.  We’re challenging the Wildcat Nation to come together to make 2,500 commitments to The Westminster Fund by October 26. Your gift during EveryCat will have an exponential impact, inspiring limitless opportunity, learning, and leadership. Thank you for being the catalyst!

Sreya '19

“Teachers here see your success in the future, even before you do. They've taught me what I am capable of and that I can do so much more than I think."

Collier '19

“You help make Westminster a great school and an even better place to grow up.” 

Anne '25

"You’re giving the next generation the resources it needs to become famous inventors, authors, or star football players. You’re giving students opportunities to make the world a better place."

Ms. Gray

"Because of your support, we also have so many opportunities for faculty professional development. We are always pushing ourselves to be better and grow as teachers." – Ms. Gray, Third Grade Teacher