Annual Giving Campaign





The Annual Giving Campaign makes a difference in the lives of our children and yours by providing funding for programmatic needs that are not possible otherwise. It is done annually, and the money raised is used the same year.

Of the three ways the school fund raises, this is the one campaign that we ask everyone to join in support each year.  Participation is the key to success.  The teachers, staff and administration of the school are already at 100 percent participation, and our goal is for every parent, grandparent, and alumnus to join them and us in support.

We are excited to that we have a tremendous incentive to encourage parent participation.  We have a challenge gift to make every gift and participation percentage point matter.  Here is the challenge: if our parents can exceed 90 percent parent participation during this school year, the challenge gift donors will give $25,000.

So every gift, no matter the amount, will count towards our parent participation goal and the challenge gift.  Every gift to Annual Giving is 100 percent tax-deductible. In addition to this federal deduction, the school has available a limited amount of state tax credits for gifts made to the technology fund. So there are tax advantages that are available to you in addition to the benefit of advancing the school’s mission.

We trust that you will join us in investing in the great things at Dunham that are benefitting all of our children. For more information about the campaign, view the Dunham Annual Giving Campaign Brochure.

Thank you for your prayerful consideration in joining us in support. Together, we will make a difference!  

John and Stephanie Boudreaux, Co-Chairs of The Annual Giving Campaign


Stephanie and John Boudreaux - Co Chairs
pictured with Lawson '23, Libby '20, Maggie '17 
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2016-2017 Annual Giving Campaign Parent Cabinet

Parent Campaign Chairs
Stephanie and John Boudreaux


                     Lower School                       

Lynn and Joshua Howard (Stilley)

Brittany and Christian Anders (Barkas)
Kori and Kevin Murray (Coast)

Sarah and Greg Fautheree (Millien)
Melissa and Blair Gremillion (Pafford)
Ashley and Chad Istre (Viltz)

1st Grade
Allyson and Jerry Guidroz (Benton)
Jaime and Joey Carnaggio (Gardner)
Erin and Felix Thibault (Knall)

2nd Grade
Melissa and Blair Gremillion (Humphreys)
Carli and Joe Nesheiwat (Latuso)
Tracy and Charles Jantzi (Wilson)

3rd Grade
Preety and Raman Singh (Burychka)
Maryll and James Creely (Franzella)
Jake Witte (Williams) 

4th Grade
Allyson and Jerry Guidroz (Goss)
Melissa and Blair Gremillion (Jacques)
Courtney and Matt Hamilton (Longman)

Middle School

5th Grade
Brandi and Sheldon Faulk
Alicia Hoard
Denny and Michelle Lazarus

6th Grade
Stephanie and John Boudreaux
Courtney and Matt Hamilton
Rebecca and Walker McDonald

7th Grade
Tracy and Charles Jantzi

8th Grade
Mary and Cullen Dupuy
Claire and Ty Harvison

Upper School

9th Grade 
Stephanie and John Boudreaux
Jolene and Rhoman Hardy

10th Grade
Julie and Clifford Russell  
Preety and Raman Singh

11th Grade
Marguerite and Philip Scardina

12th Grade
Stephanie and John Boudreaux
Vikki and Willie Day
Jolene and Rhoman Hardy