A Call for Community Action

Throughout our 60-year history, Sacramento Waldorf School has faced numerous challenges that have called upon the community to come together and rise above. We are facing such a moment today as we tenaciously and creatively collaborate to assure excellent education for our students, in the midst of a global pandemic. It is an unprecedented and pivotal moment.

With this challenge comes the opportunity to strengthen and build the capacity of our school. To meet the demands of the year ahead, and for years to come, we are reaching out to you, our community, to achieve the following:

  • Raise emergency tuition assistance funds to support families impacted by COVID-19.
  • Build outdoor furniture and fund structures and supplies to enable continued learning that maximizes use of our expansive campus.
  • Fund technology investments and improvements to assure that our School-to-Home distance learning program is effective, inclusive and vibrant. 
  • Shore up our Endowment Fund to increase long-term fiscal stability and enable flexibility and innovation.

For more information and to support our school community, please click on the “Donate” link below.

There are many ways to give and support Sacramento Waldorf School: donations, volunteering, in-kind gifts, corporate matches, planned giving vehicles, and much more. For specific questions and suggestions, feel free to reach out to Kim Winters, Director of Development, at

We are immensely grateful for all you do to support our school!  Thank you! 

Endowment Fund

To ensure that Sacramento Waldorf School can provide the highest quality education for current and future students, we are launching a campaign to build the school’s Endowment. Once we raise $1,000,000 we will start using interest earned by the Endowment Fund to increase teacher compensation, tuition assistance and scholarship opportunities.

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Special Events

2019 Auction 1st Grade Table

The Sacramento Waldorf School hosts several key events that raise essential funds for school needs and to fill the funding gap between tuition and our operating budget.

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