Your gift makes an impact. A donation, large or small, could transform people, projects, and experiences and make a direct impact on the students and teachers here at Gould Academy. Whether it is the $10 that helps us transport students to a college fair or a ski race; the $1,000 gift that purchases equipment for our science labs or sends a teacher to a conference; the $10,000 to help fund financial aid or cover a roof with solar panels; or the $100,000 to help us renovate a facility, every dollar you give helps us improve the Gould experience.
You can make an annual gift to the Gould Fund, or make a gift through your estate plans. However you choose to give, thank you so much for joining the hundred of other donors who raise their hand each year to support Gould Academy.
To make a gift to Gould by check you can send your donation to Gould Advancement Office: PO Box 860, Bethel, ME 04217.
Have you established a Donor Advised Fund? This can be a simple and beneficial way to support the school. Gould’s tax ID number is EIN- 01-0211509.
If you have questions about giving to Gould Academy, please contact Amy Connell, Director of Alumni and Family Relations at 207-824-7762 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mrs. Connell joined Gould in July of 2017. She brings with her a wealth of experience having held positions in Alumni Relations at both Hebron Academy and Bates College. Prior to her jobs at both schools, Mrs. Connell worked in fine wine sales in New York and Maine. Additionally, her passion for the arts led her to Boston for a position at the Museum of Fine Arts as well as an assistant directorship at a community art center in Newton, MA.
A native of Western New York’s “Snowbelt,” Mrs. Connell loves Maine’s long winters. Whether it’s riding Sunday River’s Magic Carpet with her daughter or chasing her husband down the slopes, she can be found outside enjoying the white stuff. And when the seasons change, she enjoys hiking, biking, and horseback riding.
Mrs. Garfield brings extensive experience working in education as a school counselor and holds a Vermont Level II Professional Educator’s License Endorsement for K-12 School Counselors. She worked at Dothan Brook Elementary School in White River Junction, Vermont, where she was instrumental in designing and implementing a nationally recognized comprehensive school counseling program to improve achievement, attendance, and discipline and close achievement and opportunity gaps. She has been a PBIS instructional practice coach, high school counselor, class advisor, teacher mentor, kindergarten teacher, and Yogakids instructor. She and her family enjoy the experiential learning and outdoor recreation and opportunities that Gould and Bethel have to offer. She lives in Bethel with her husband, Brian, and their three children — Maia ’20, Phoebe ’22, and Zachary.