Midtown West is committed to diversity, serving children of multiple ethnic, social, and economic backgrounds. The “giftedness” of each child is honored and celebrated here, and families who make the commitment to be a part of this community travel from all parts of the city to do so. Beyond its social studies focus, the school maintains an equally strong curriculum in the arts, humanities, math, and science, preparing our students to enter the very best middle schools in the city.
What is the cost of sustaining this level of education? Approximately $750 per child beyond the funds allocated by the government. Every cent of it must be raised by the Midtown West PTA.
Our biggest fundraiser of the year is the annual auction, which will run online from March 15 to March 26, 2017. A live auction event will take place on March 24th.
Please consider making a generous donation of goods or services to help make our auction event a success. Simply submit your donation online via our auction website at www.BiddingforGood.com/MTW or download and print the donation form on this page and return it to us by postal mail or email (please see the bottom of this letter for contact details).
Supporting our Auction and School offers many benefits:
• Our 501(c)(3) non-profit status allows donors to deduct the value of their donation to the full extent allowed by law.
• Our Auction is run online and many people from the local community and around the country visit the site to bid on items. Being an auction donor generates wonderful publicity!
• You will be supporting a one-of-a-kind school in the heart of New York City that embraces diversity and encourages the individuality of each student.
Please contact us at email@example.com with any questions about the fundraiser or our school.
MTW Auction Solicitation Committee
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Ready to submit items for the auction? Download and share this Auction Brochure with Donation Form with friends and businesses. PDF is "fillable" so you can type in your information right on to the form before printing it out.