Shady Lane is a charitable nonprofit organization. Many families volunteer to help raise funds to support the School. Donations of funds, goods and services are always welcome and appreciated.
Donate directly to Shady Lane:
Shady Lane School has been selected to participate in The Pittsburgh Foundation's #ONEDAY campaign which will be on May 7. We hope that you can participate!
Thank you to all who participated in this year's A is for Art Event! Thanks to you we were able to raise more than $16,000 in scholarship funds!
Shady Lane also benefits — at no cost to you — when you participate in these programs:
- Workplace Giving Programs — Many local employers will match charitable donations made by their employees. Participation and processes vary, so inquire with your employer. If your employer uses Benevity, Inc. to manage its Workplace Giving Program, click here to view Shady Lane's "Cause Profile".
- AmazonSmile — Go to the AmazonSmile website, sign in with your existing Amazon.com user ID and password, and Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to Shady Lane whenever you shop on AmazonSmile. Register for AmazonSmile here.
- Giant Eagle Apples for the Students Program — You can register your Giant Eagle Advantage Card to help generate Apples for the Students points redeemable by Shady Lane. Call 800-474-4777 to register. Shady Lane's ID number is 0966. Register for Apples for the Students here
Parents, educators, and administrators work together for the benefit of the Shady Lane community. Many annual events, including the A is for Art fundraiser and the Book Fair, are led by parents in collaboration with educators and administrators.
All parents and staff are encouraged to volunteer and participate in Shady Lane events. Sign up for participation is sought in the fall, but parents may volunteer at any time. In addition, many opportunities to participate in the community, including discussion groups and other gatherings occur throughout the year.
Board of Directors
Shady Lane is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. We have found that a diverse Board is crucial to the strength of the organization, and that such diversity is strengthened by the participation of current and past Shady Lane parents as well as other members of the community. Parents interested in serving on Shady Lane's Board of Directors can ask for more information from Becky Flaherty, Executive Director.