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Annual Benefit

Buy tickets or make a donation to the 2022 benefit!

Why is there a TPS benefit every year?

Tuxedo Park School’s annual benefit auction has the dual purpose of getting the school community together for a fun night out with friends while also raising money to help meet the school’s operating budget. This yearly event alternates venues between The Tuxedo Club and Blairhame, our TPS home.

Why is the annual benefit so important to TPS?

Each year, the benefit committee works hard to put on a great party and raises much needed funds for the school through ticket sales, journal ads, sponsorships, and proceeds from silent and live auction sales. All net proceeds help to offset the cost of tuition and bridge the gap between operating budget and expenses to run the school.

A special portion of the event, known as Raise Your Paddle elicits funds for a specific project or program. The focus in the past few years has been on maintaining and improving our beautiful, historic campus.  

This year, our focus extends to more fundamental needs while we also embrace our responsibility of creating a sustainable campus and enriching our students’ experience.

While we repair the roof, we will also replace faulty solar panels with a new more efficient variety, creating greater access to hands on learning opportunities, making investments in curriculum and faculty (through the savings involved), and a healthier environment for all in our community

The world our children inhabit is changing at a faster speed than any other era we have known. Let’s support their future by envisioning a greener school, (and a drier hallway!)

How can you be a part of this fun evening?

Buy a ticket to the annual TPS benefit, sponsor a teacher, or two, bid with friends on a live auction item and raise your paddle! 

“I have many beautiful flowers”, he said, “but the children are the most beautiful flowers of them all.” 

The Selfish Giant  by Oscar Wilde