Board Members

Robert Bryce

President

Jimmy Nassour

Anthony Bruno

Keldie Riemondi

Joe Bruno

Advisor

Claire Bruno

Advisor

Support Us

Ways to support Parkside.

Parkside Community School is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, and all contributions made to the school are tax-deductible.

There are three ways you may direct your gift:

Simple Gifts Capital Campaign

Our capital campaign goal of $2.5 million was launched to support the move to our new 12-acre campus in Southwest Austin and to secure the property for generations of children to come. Your gift to this campaign can be paid in installments over three years, as outlined in our Pledge Fulfillment Schedule, or you can make your donation now. For more information, contact Courtney Moore at (512) 472-2559 or [email protected].

Annual Fund and Scholarships

By making a gift to our Annual Fund, you’ll be helping families who need tuition assistance. The scholarships provided each year by Parkside ensure economic and cultural diversity in our programs.

Parkside Special Events

Your gift to Parkside Special Events will support the community event of your choice, such as our Fall Fest or our Staff Appreciation Dinner.

We gratefully accept donations via cash, check, electronic funds transfer, credit card, and securities.

Cash/Check/Credit Card/Electronic Funds Transfer

Please make checks payable to Parkside Community School, and include your current contact information. Credit card gifts may be made securely via our Donate page. To make your gift via an electronic funds transfer, contact Cathy David at (512) 472-2559 or [email protected].

Stock / Securities

By giving a gift of appreciated stock directly to Parkside, you avoid paying capital gains tax on the increase in value, and you receive a tax deduction for the full fair market value. If you’d like to donate shares of stock, contact Cathy David at (512) 472-2559 or [email protected].

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Maria and Brett Bickerton