The Case for Giving to BCDS

An investment in a Bi-Cultural education is an investment in Jewish continuity. Your support will enable Bi-Cultural to remain at the forefront of Jewish-American education in Fairfield County. A strong Bi-Cultural will ensure the continued strength and longevity of the Jewish Community in Fairfield County and surrounding communities.

One of the pillars of a Bi-Cultural Day School education is the teaching of Chesed. The giving of Tzedakah is one of the most important ways to demonstrate Chesed. Bi-Cultural Day School depends on philanthropic support to accomplish its many goals. We hope that parents will make BCDS their philanthropic priority while their children are enrolled and after graduation. We rely on grandparents, alumni, local businesses, foundations and other friends to participate in our fundraising efforts. We are deeply grateful to all who give generously to the extent of their ability.

Tuition and scholarship fund revenue do not nearly cover our budgetary needs, which is why we are dependent on additional generous donations.

Communal support allows the school, amongst other things, to strengthen its scholarship programs, hire and retain talented faculty, provide resources to our academic programs, and support ongoing faculty development.

Lay Leadership Opportunities: The success of BCDS’s fundraising efforts in large part depends on the leadership and dedication of its volunteers.

If you are interested in volunteering or making a gift, please contact Rabbi Tzvi Bernstein, Director of Development, 203-329-2186 Ext. 1341 or email: tbernstein@bcds.org.