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Support MUS

How does a school measure success? Is it the number of AP scholars or National Merit Semifinalists we have each year or the number of academic and athletic competitions we win? Is it the total of college-scholarship dollars earned or the number of people reached through service to the community?
 
By all these measures, we have great success each year. But we also find that one of the most significant measures of our success is the support we continue to receive from our dedicated constituents and friends. Past, present, and future, the students and faculty of MUS benefit from this legacy of philanthropy.
 
Because of you, we are able to fulfill our mission and implement the programs and activities that make this school the premier educational institution for boys in the Mid-South. Through your contributions to the Annual Fund, Endowments, and Estate Planning, we can ensure that current and future students have the necessary tools to excel. We are grateful for your generosity and vision, which create unlimited opportunities for MUS students and faculty.

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  • Donor Privacy Policy

    At Memphis University School we respect the privacy of our donors and are committed to the highest standards of ethics and integrity in all fundraising efforts. We will not share, loan, trade, rent, or sell our donor list to any other organizations.

    We collect and use information about our donors, including name, address, phone number, email address, mailing preferences, and giving history. This information is kept on file for IRS purposes and is also used by our Development Office to analyze overall giving patterns in order to make more accurate budget projections and plan for the future. Information on our donors is password protected and may only be accessed by individuals who need such information to perform their assigned duties.

    To publicly recognize and thank donors for their generosity, we publish an annual report that includes a list of donor names in qualifying annual giving society levels. Individuals who wish to remain anonymous should contact the Development Office at (901) 260-1350.

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