Giving to Doane Academy
The Gift of Giving
Like all independent schools, our tuition dollars do not entirely cover the “gap” between tuition income and annual expenses. For that reason, Annual Giving is the lifeblood of Doane Academy. Successful Annual Giving campaigns afford the school much needed flexibility in its budgetary planning. To ensure our economic stability, we count on the generous and loyal support of our parents, grandparents, alumni, alumni parents, trustees and friends. Contributions to the Annual Fund directly and immediately benefit each and every member of the student community.
Use our online giving page to save time and postage when making donations. You can use this page to donate to the Annual Giving campaign, or for any of our specific giving challenges. Be sure to include any specific program in the “Comments” field in the Additional Information section.
Kathleen Lisehora Keays has her BA from Rutgers University were she doubled majored in Sociology and Communications. Prior to getting her degree she was a “lifer” at Doane Academy, graduating after attending since kindergarten. Before starting work at Doane in 2007 she worked at Media Management Services in Newtown, PA. She served on the Board of Trustees at Doane for 10 years and was President of the Society of Graduates for 6 years. She is currently a member of the Burlington Rotary, the Greater Burlington Chamber of Commerce and the Burlington County Regional Chamber of commerce. In addition she serves on the Image Committee of the YMCA OF Burlington and Camden and counties and is on the Advisory Board of their Riverfront Branch.
Elizabeth Jankowski graduated from College of the Holy Cross with a B.A. in French where she rowed on the women's crew team and spent her junior year abroad in Dijon. After graduation she returned to France and worked as an English Language Assistant at a high school outside of Paris. More recently she has worked in both the legal and nonprofit sectors and earned her Masters of Public Administration from West Chester University of Pennsylvania in 2015. Having attended independent schools in Pennsylvania she has a strong appreciation for an independent school education and is excited to be working in such a welcoming community.