Gifts to our Capital Campaign will allow Sequoyah to purchase our cherished K-8 campus.
Your gift will support Sequoyah's ability to invest in future facilities and program needs.
The Capital Campaign is a collective effort of our multi-generational community – united, transformed, and touched by our experiences of a Sequoyah education.
For more information or to set up a multi-year pledge, contact Director of Advancement Ryan McDaniel. Email Ryan or call 626-795-4351 x215.
Gifts can be paid by cash, check, credit card, or securities directly to the school. Sequoyah accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express.
Your online transaction will be a secure SSL encrypted payment.
You may be able to double the size of your Capital Campaign contribution if your company will match your gift. Please inquire with your employer and return the appropriate forms to Sequoyah.
Gifts of Stock or Mutual Funds
Gifts of appreciated securities or mutual fund shares may provide tax benefits and allow you to avoid capital gains. Please consult with your financial planner and notify Ryan McDaniel (email or call 626-795-4351 x215) that you intend to donate securities prior to initiating the transfer. Download our instructions for electronic transfer to Sequoyah School’s account.
The information on this website is not intended as legal or tax advice. For such advice, please consult an attorney or tax advisor.
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Your gift is tax deductible to the full extent of the law. Sequoyah is a 501(c)(3).
To learn more about Sequoyah's Capital Campaign and K-12 Master Plan, please read our Case for Support.
Sequoyah's 60th Celebration | February 2019
Sequoyah’s 60th Anniversary Celebration, held Saturday, February 9, 2019, drew more than 500 guests – current students and alumni, their families, and members of our broader community.
We all were treated to live performances by student and faculty musicians, an historic timeline showcasing photos from Sequoyah’s beginnings to present day, the opportunity to contribute to an anniversary time capsule, an array of activities, and some tasty food and birthday cake. Congratulatory messages and certificates of recognition were presented by California Senator Anthony J. Portantino and Pasadena Councilmember Tyron Hampton.
Alums and their families shared memories and greeted old friends while current students and parents connected to our school’s historic roots. And, in looking to Sequoyah’s future, we launched our Capital Campaign to raise the balance of the funds needed to purchase our K-8 campus.