Believing: The Campaign for Wellington focuses on two main areas that will create dynamic learning spaces where our exceptional educators and innovative approach to education can continue to thrive.
Creating new spaces designed with the flexibility to support student autonomy and foster community connectedness.
People & Programs
Empowering our visionary teachers to build curriculum that challenges students and ignites their passions.
Ways to Give
Online giving is the easiest and fastest way to make your contribution. You may also choose to submit a pledge through our online form. Every gift will have an impact, no matter its size!
For gifts of $50K or more, please contact the Development Office to discuss opportunities to name a space.
Send your personal or certified check by mail, payable to The Wellington School, to:
The Wellington School, Development Office
3650 Reed Road, Columbus, OH 43220
Please include "Believing Campaign" in the memo line.
Stories of Impact
Tinkering Their Way to Confidence in the Makerspace
Girls are still significantly underrepresented in STEM careers. A multidisciplinary team of teachers is on a mission to change the tide.
Making a "second home" at Wellington
The Believing Campaign has offered another avenue for the Abdelbakis to support their school.
It's our turn to step up
Jim and Michelle Croft believe in Wellington’s future.
Giving back to the school that prepared their son for success
Michael Para and Caroline Whitacre believe in Wellington's future.
Our opportunity to be part of something greater
John and Judy Chester have a long list of reasons to be grateful for their connection to Wellington.
Multi-generational family’s generosity strengthens the arts
The Böhms encourage other Wellington families to strengthen the school through the Believing Campaign.
A Note from Board Chair Ted Manley
"For this campaign to successfully meet our goals, we must ground our generosity in building a physical structure that will embody the very assets that helped us survive and thrive over the past year: autonomy, connectedness, and flexibility."