Castle Montessori Schools, the leader in Montessori education, believes it is their responsibility to contribute to the health and wellness of the community through active participation in local events and donations to charitable organizations.
Students of Castle Montessori Schools, some as young as age three, participated in the Red Balloon Walk to help raise over $8,500 for Children’s Medical Center Foundation. The funds will help support Children’s organization to strengthen the overall health of children in North Texas.
Brent Christoper, President of Children’s Medical Center Foundation, said “In times like these, we truly appreciate your choice to join us in our very important mission to make life better for children. The confidence and generous support of friends and partners like Castle Montessori Schools and its students further verify the special privilege Children’s has in preserving the well-being of current and future generations.
(See the letter from Brent Christopher to Castle Montessori Schools here.)
Founded in 2007, Castle Montessori schools have been actively involved in fundraising for such charitable organizations as Children’s, The Salvation Army, St. Judes Hospital, and JDRF to raise more than $100,000 in contributions to date.
“We are committed to help support Children’s in their mission to make life better for all children. I would like to also thank our wonderful Castle Montessori parents and students for their time and generousity for such a worthwhile cause..” said Varsha Patel, Founder and Head of Schools for Castle Montessori Schools.