Ways to Support Bishop's
Annual Giving


Bishop’s is fortunate to have many devoted volunteers who commit their time, energy, and talents to the School’s fund raising programs. The involvement of Bishop’s parents, alumni and many friends ensures Bishop’s continued leadership among independent schools.

Below are some of the opportunities available for alumni and parents to volunteer at the School.

Annual Giving Alumni Fund

Annual Giving Alumni Fund volunteers are ambassadors for Bishop's, making vital connections with their classmates to encourage them to get involved and participate in a tradition of giving back with with a financial donation. They also participate in on-campus and regional events, gathering to reconnect with other Bishop's alumni.

If you are an alumnus or alumna, find out more by contacting the office of alumni relations.

Annual Giving Parents Fund

Bishop's parents play a vital role in the Annual Giving effort by encouraging fellow parents to join in and support the School with gifts to the Parents Fund. This is a fall effort with dinner and calling evenings held on the Bishop's campus.

If you are interested in being a fund raising volunteer for Bishop's, contact Tania Alatorre at tania.alatorre@bishops.com or at (858) 875-0828.

Annual Auction

The annual auction brings together a dedicated group of volunteers that plan, organize, and execute the annual spring fundraising event to raise funds for two specific programs: financial aid and faculty professional growth. There are many levels of volunteer positions available, from leadership roles to pitching in at whatever level your schedule allows.

If you want to be part of the auction committee, please contact Molly Rickard.
Assistant Head of School & Chief Advancement Officer
John A. Trifiletti
(858) 875-0851

Senior Director of Advancement
Gale H. Hill
(858) 875-0847

Director of Alumni Relations
Sarah Garro
(858) 875-0760
THE BISHOP’S SCHOOL     7607 La Jolla Boulevard     La Jolla, CA 92037     (858) 459-4021
The Bishop’s School is an independent, coeducational college-preparatory day school for students in grades six through twelve who live throughout San Diego County. Founded in 1909, the School is affiliated with the Episcopal church.