Giving to Admiral Farragut Academy includes Donor Feature Stories, Event Recaps, Day of Giving, Capital Campaigns, Alumni Class Campaigns, Annual Auction and Gala, and Farragut Family Association Fundraising.
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If you are 70½ years old or older, you can take advantage of a simple way to benefit Admiral Farragut Academy and receive tax benefits in return. You can give up to $100,000 from your IRA directly to a qualified charity like Farragut without having to pay income taxes on the money –this includes your required minimum distribution.
Balloons in the photo were used to stabilize the model as it was being transported
In honor of the Class of 1951, George Rodgers donated his model of the United States Coast Guard Cutter Eagle to Farragut’s Wagner Museum. Rodgers was a Naval Aviator and then retired as Vice President of Beech Aircraft in 1993.
L to R: Farragut parent and Outback Bowl Board Member Christopher Giblin, 7th-grade students Gregory Ransone, J.R. Crain, Chris Giblin, and Kaden Waechter.
On March 24, 2021, and for the third year in a row, Farragut parent and Outback Bowl Board Member Christopher Giblin presented a $5,000 check to the Farragut Fund to be used in support of teachers and students. Giblin is the father of Farragut seventh-grader Chris Giblin.
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Last week, our Science Department received a generous donation from Mike Williams ’76N and his wife Sue, enabling the purchase of 12 Digital HD microscopes and a laser cutter for the STEM program. The students have already begun to use the microscopes in class!
Alumni, pay your Farragut Legacy forward by giving $100 per month for 12 months. Your monthly donation will help raise $240,000 annually in the Founder’s Fund. The fund is critical to the school’s future and provides much-needed student financial assistance to deserving cadets.
We are pleased to report that in spite of the ongoing pandemic, our loyal alumni, faculty, staff, parents, grandparents, and friends continued to support the Admiral Farragut Academy Foundation with their generous gifts. From January 1 – December 31, 2020, the Foundation received $284,000 in donations from 104 donors. Read more
Admiral Farragut Academy recently came into possession of a 33-foot Navy personnel carrier. Dockmaster and sailing instructor Chief Master-at-Arms (EXW) Dan Kühl, USNR (Ret) plans to refit the vessel with the help of interested students, and later it will serve a multitude of purposes for Naval Science, Scuba, Marine Science, and even Lower School students.