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OneWoodberry

What is OneWoodberry?
  • OneWoodberry is the school's yearly celebration where all members of the community, both on and off campus come together to make charitable gifts and support this great school 
  • OneWoodberry is usually on a Thursday and normally takes place in the late winter/early spring.
  • OneWoodberry is both an on campus and off campus event
  • OneWoodberry Originated as a “Week for Woodberry” but that was shortened to a day in 2017 in order to center the Woodberry Community’s focus on a singular giving day. 
During OneWoodberry there are challenges that promote competition amongst Tigers everywhere. They include…
  • The alumni decade challenge (Top participation percentage in each decade) 
  • Current parent challenge (Top participation percentage of the parents of current Woodberry students) 
  • We allow individual alumni, parents and friends of the school to set up their own challenges to incentivize/inspire others to give
Purpose: OneWoodberry originated as a day to inspire Tigers across the world to show off their passion and support for Woodberry on one singular day. We wanted to help Tigers around the world show their support for the Amici Fund and its programs for current students. It was so successful that it has grown into a strong tradition each year for alumni, parents, grandparents, faculty, staff, and students to rally together on OneWoodberry. This is our sixth OneWoodberry, and we look forward to a great celebration on February 23, 2023.

Goals
Woodberry’s goals for OneWoodberry 2023 are to have 3,500 Amici donors and $3,000,000 in contributions by 11:59 pm Eastern Standard Time on February 23, 2023. All Amici gifts from July 1, 2022 through February 23 will count toward our OneWoodberry grand total. Each Amici gift directly supports the Campaign for the Boys.

How can you get involved?  Join fellow alumni, parents, and friends to celebrate our community and what it means to be a Tiger. On OneWoodberry, tune-in to WFSPN  for a day of special programming live from campus and/or attend a OneWoodberry event hosted by Regional Chapters.  
 
You can also  give now to show your support. For more information, please contact Bill Robertson at bill_robertson@woodberry.org
 



OneWoodberry Historical Performance

List of 6 items.

  • OneWoodberry 2022 Day of Recap

    Recap
    OneWoodberry 2022 was one for the record books. We accomplished our goals of collecting gifts from 3500 donors and raising 3 Million Dollars from the Tiger nation. We ended up with 3,582 donors and $3,441,617 raised which was a record amount for a OneWoodberry Campaign.

    Tiger Roar
    Lynn Bache put so much spirit into the day as she dressed not only herself, but the entire Fir Tree with a Tiger/Woodberry theme. She capped it off with a peppy cheer and a clever roar, and for that, it was hard not to call her the best in show. Honorable mention to Will Fletcher ’06 and his adorable family for their creativity and to Ned Leahy for his accuracy in replicating an actual Tiger’s roar. 

    Show Your Stripes
    Thomas Hall ’98 of Richmond dressed to impress with his striped suit. He literally showed his stripes. Honorable mention to Jamie Alexander and Woodberry’s own Chris Holmes. 

    Reese’s Pieces Guess Jar 
    Thomas Perry ’24 of Charlotte pulled the Archimedes Circle Theorem straight from Matthew Keating’s class to claim victory. 

    The correct amount of Reese’s Pieces in the jar was 4,094. Thomas’s guess of 4,127 was the closest of everyone who played! Reid Hood ’22 earned second place with his guess of 4,200, and Pen Oldham received third place with his guess of 4,218. 

    Thanks to everyone again for showing such enthusiastic Tiger spirit. And thank you to the entire community for all the spirit and support you showed for our school. 
  • OneWoodberry 2021

    • Goal: 3,000 donors
    Results and Key Figures:
    • 3,687 donors
    • $2,934,073 donated
    • 51 Advocates (Class Challenge Gifts)
    • North Carolina Triangle Regional Association had the most gifts of any region (339)
    • Gifts from 48 different states
    • Virginia slightly edged North Carolina for the most gifts from any state (952-922)
  • OneWoodberry 2020

    • Goal: 3,000 donors
    Results and Key Figures:
    • 3,568 donors
    • $2,225,794 donated
    • 34 Advocates (Class Challenge Gifts)
    • North Carolina Triangle Regional Association had the most gifts of any region (355)
    • Gifts from 48 different states
    • Virginia slightly edged North Carolina for the most gifts from any state (865-842)
  • OneWoodberry 2019

    • Goal: 3,000 donors
    Results and Key Figures:
    • 3,880 donors
    • $2,169,687 donated
    • 62 Advocates (Class Challenge Gifts)
    • Charlottesville Regional Association had the most gifts of any region (355)
    • Gifts from 49 different states
    • Virginia slightly edged North Carolina for the most gifts from any state (971-876)
  • OneWoodberry 2018

    • Goal: 2,000 alumni donors
    Results and Key Figures:
    • 2,946 donors
    • $1,506,120 donated
    • 47 Advocates (Class Challenge Gifts)
    • Charlottesville Regional Association had the most gifts of any region (300)
    • Gifts from 47 different states
    • Virginia slightly edged North Carolina for the most gifts from any state (658-645)
  • OneWoodberry 2017

    • Goal: 1,000 alumni donors
    Results and Key Figures:
    • 2,539 donors
    • $1,183,610 donated
    • 57 Advocates (Class Challenge Gifts)
    • Washington D.C. Regional Association had the most gifts of any region (233)
    • Gifts from 45 different states
    • North Carolina slightly edged Virginia for the most gifts from any state (464-459)
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