Bullis Fund

Play your part!

This is an exciting time at Bullis. We are experiencing significant growth in programs, enrollment and facilities as well as strong participation in our Bullis Fund—thanks to our very generous Bullis community.

Every gift matters, every day. Please consider making your contribution today. There’s no better investment in our future.

Play your part. Give to the Bullis Fund today.

Why is your participation important?

The Bullis Fund supports every aspect of the School, directly affecting the strength and richness of all our programs. Every gift counts no matter the amount. Every gift makes a difference and has an immediate and critical impact to the student experience. Your gift will inspire others.

What role will you play in making their experience all it can be?

Play your part.

What are the benefits of giving?

Bullis is many great things, and yet nothing without everyone’s active participation. Students get involved in all aspects of academics, arts, athletics and service. Our supporters—parents, alumni, staff and friends—provide the volunteer and philanthropic support critical to creating Bullis’ robust programming and innovating teaching.

What matters is getting involved, not the total number of hours you volunteer or the dollar amount of your donation. Our community depends on the generosity and commitment of our parents for its strength. Give what you can and be a contributor to that which makes Bullis the wonderful school it is.


Contact Sharon Kessler, Director of Annual Giving at 301-634-3697.

Bullis Fund Honor Roll of Donors

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Why I Give: Angelo Daniels

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