43rd Annual Groves Gala Invitation

Groves Gala

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Highlights from the 2020 Groves Virtual Gala:

More than 1,300 people tuned in from all over the country to bid, chat, and donate to support Groves’ mission and celebrate our community.

Every single dollar raised propels the work of Groves Academy’s mission to transform lives through education. The need for support has never been greater. Your support provides critical financial aid for our students, and expands K-3 literacy partnerships with schools in our community to help close the literacy achievement gap.

Watch below the recorded program from last year’s gala.



Questions about making a gift please contact Lynn at giovannellil@grovesacademy.org.

Questions about an auction item please contact Ashley at gotreaua@grovesacdemy.org.

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Help us Redefine the Way our Nation is Taught

The methods we’ve developed at Groves have helped thousands of children reach their full potential.

2021 Gala Committee Members

Trish Blake, Dina Conzemius, Emily Ertel, Melissa Kestner, Jennifer Lang, Libby Leavenworth, Frankie Lenzmeier, Jennifer Orton, Killian Rieder, and Emily Wingfield

Thank You to our Generous Sponsors

Thank you to this year’s sponsors for the Annual Groves Gala. Groves is grateful for all of their partnerships.

Presenting Sponsors – $25,000

Innovator Sponsor – $10,000

Leader Sponsor – $5,000

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What You Give Today Will Build Tomorrow

Groves Academy depends on your generosity to continue to expand our mission to build confidence, success, and purpose through transformative learning experiences. We are grateful to the individuals, families, and corporate sponsors that make this work possible. With your support, we are able to positively impact the lives of thousands of kids each year. Will you help us achieve our vision to redefine the way our nation is taught, one student, one teacher, and one school at a time?