Partnering with The Elisabeth Morrow School

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Partnering with The Elisabeth Morrow School is an investement in our community’s future.

Each year, EMS works seamlessly with businesses throughout New Jersey and in the metro New York area to support our events and students. Whether donating goods and services to help raise money through our annual gala and auction or sponsoring students’ success through event partnerships, the EMS community is grateful for the trust and support of our extended community.

Our local businesses, foundations, corporations, and individual donors generously support our students through the following ways:

  • Event sponsorships, i.e., gala; golf outing
  • Grants
  • Matching gifts
  • Gift-in-kind donations

Sponsorship of EMS provides multiple community benefits.

Exposure

Our families, with children age 2 through eighth grade, reside in 55 communities across New Jersey and the New York metropolitan area.

Diverse audience

We have an enrollment of 56% students of color, with 20 languages other than English spoken in homes.

Local first

Keeping your donations local allows you to see the impact you’ll make firsthand.

loyalty

The EMS community values and supports businesses that help us operate.

professional connections

Our families, many of whom own their own businesses, represent a breadth of professions, including finance, media, technology, and law.

Upcoming Opportunities

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Sponsorships are available for multiple events that reach our families and extensive alumni network

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We accept gift-in-kind donations for events, including our spring gala and silent auction

Gift certificates and underwriting for fundraisers

See our partnerships in action

Ensure students have the tools for creative problem solving

Donations and partnerships help fund the labs and makerspaces that comprise the STEAM program (science, technology, engineering, the art, and mathematics) in our early childhood education program ( Age 2–Kindergarten, and in our lower and middle schools (Grades 1–8).

continue the path to a fully diverse EMS community

Fundraising supports scholarships and financial aid for students who qualify academically and show financial need. This helps us ensure that EMS has a community rich in cultures and experiences.

Leading-edge training and teaching

Enrichment funds are used to support our teaching and curriculum staff in ongoing professional development, for faculty to improve their skills and learn new teaching methods — in turn, boosting student outcomes.

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safety and security

Sponsorships have allowed EMS to respond to the COVID-19 crisis in an agile and proactive way, ensuring continued in-person education for our students.

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