Chain Bridge Giving Circle


A Shared Interest in Social Justice

 
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Our first school was located in a small house on Chain Bridge Road in McLean.  The Chain Bridge also represents our services, bridging the gap, to the entire DC metropolitan region.  The Chain Bridge Giving Circle (CBGC) helps PHILLIPS foster its tradition of philanthropy by recognizing its most generous supporters.  The CBGC recognizes members on an annual basis.  

 
 

Why become a Chain Giving Circle Member?

What does it really mean to be a CBGC member?  Members of the CBGC are individuals, corporations and foundations with a shared interest in social justice.  Making an annual gift of $5,000 or more allows you to lay an important role in the financial health of PHILLIPS and make a powerful statement about how much you value our mission.

Chain Giving Circle Members:

BB&T

Children’s Charities Foundation

Dina and Martin Friedman

Dr. Sally A. Sibley

Rob and Stephanie Arnall

David and Pilar Bell

Carl and Roberta Berquist

The Leland and Diane Brendsel Family Foundation

EY

Megan Malone

The J. Willard and Alice S. Marriott Foundation

RyanSharkey

Lynda Mann

Sonja Shockey

David and Joy Truitt

Venable LLP

Lincolnia Educational Foundation

AIMS India Foundation

BDO

Cross Country Consulting

More Direct, Inc.

David Perry

Sharon K. Weiss

Peter David Brendsel Fund for Children’s Literacy

Philadelphia Insurance

Fair Oaks Corporate/Menard Doswell Corporation

EJF Philanthropies

Carl and Roberta Berquist

Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP

Deloitte

John & Martha Schwieters


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