Donate for your children today! Choose one of the packages with perks or a custom amount below:
Make a one time payment for the Silver, Gold, or Platinum Package here:
“Virtual Learning Special” – Only for 2020-2021 Year
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DECA DUES – Support Dearborn Programs!
WHAT is DECA Dues?
Dearborn PTA raises funds annually to provide money for important enrichment classes, materials, supplies and services for our kids and our school. We need to raise $80,000 for the 2020-2021 school year. Your donation is 100% tax deductible.
WHEN does DECA Dues begin?
Our annual campaign begins August 2020.
WHY should I donate to DECA Dues
Basic public education is free; but, your financial support makes Dearborn a place of exceptional education. With your donation, Dearborn PTA provides: Busses for Field Trips, Fine Arts, Computer Education, Ballroom Dancing, Teacher stipends for classroom supplies, Robotics, and much more. All of these, and more, ensures that our children receive the very best education we can offer.
None of this happens without you! Every dollar makes a difference.
The suggested donation is $150 per student. Our goal is 100% participation-All donations are welcome and appreciated.
Is there a payment plan available?
YES! You can make a one-time payment or monthly payments.
I cannot afford the suggested donation amount, but want to contribute. What can I do?
We understand that not all of our families can contribute the suggested amount amounts. We ask that you contribute what you can. We welcome all contributions for ANY amount. We are aiming for 100% participation.
Also, if you are able to give more, please do so. Anyone can contribute – grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, friends, employers, etc.
Funds raised benefit our kids and your donations are tax deductible.
Ask your employer if they
will match your donation!
Contact your Human Resources Department today and ask about “Matching Funds.”