Over the last 100 years, Christchurch has evolved with its dynamic and innovative approach to learning, while still maintaining its traditions, community, and relationships. Yes, some of the faces and names have changed, and there may be a few new buildings on campus, but make no mistake – this is still your school!
These days, our alums can be found all over the world, with more than 4,000 Seahorses living and working in every U.S. state and 59 different countries. From executives to athletes, entrepreneurs to artists, and scholars to philanthropists and more, our alums come from all walks of life and are meeting the demands of global citizenship with the skills and habits they developed as students here on the river.

We are proud that our alumni family enjoys a sense of community and caring that endures long after they have walked through the Bell Tower with diploma in hand. You, our alums, share the remarkable legacy of the Christchurch experience. Now, more than ever, you are Christchurch’s legacy.

These alumni resources are here for you. We hope that you find old friends and make new ones, learn about coming events on campus or in your area, catch up on the latest news about classmates, browse photo galleries, and find out what’s been happening with the school since your last visit. 
Questions? Ideas? Let us know at 
Please also keep us informed on what’s happening in your life, and be sure to update your contact information and reconnect with classmates.

Christchurch alumni are found throughout the world. There is a little piece of Christchurch wherever you travel.
Alumni are perfect ambassadors for prospective students who want to be included in the Christchurch experience. Spread the word! Tell your friends, family and business associates about Christchurch School!
If you are interested in alumni that live in a particular area contact Huntley Galleher by e-mail or call 804.758.2306 ext. 135. He will be happy to connect you with members of the Christchurch family in your region.

couple of key provisions of the CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security) Act were extended into 2021 (and, in one case, increased). Here's what the stimulus package means for you. 

1) An expansion of the universal 
charitable deduction for cash gifts
The universal charitable deduction has not only been extended but given a well-deserved upgrade. The new deduction is $300 for single filers and $600 for married couples filing jointly. This is available to taxpayers who take the standard deduction. This tax incentive is available for car gifts to qualified chairs (but not to supporting organizations or donor-advised funds).

2) An extension of the cap on deductions for cash contributions 
Contributions to public charities are generally limited to a percentage of a taxpayer's adjusted gross income (AGI). The CARES ACT lifted the cap on annual contributions for those who itemize, increasing it from 60% to 100% of AGI for 2020 (and now for 2021). Any excess contributions available can be carried over to the next five years (for corporations, the law raised the annual limit from 10% to 25% of taxable income). 


2022 Fall Magazine and Gift Report

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