Ways to Give

Your partnership can change the lives of infants who are at-risk for developmental delays and children with special needs. We can’t do it without you and we have made it easy to give in ways that suit you best. We also invite you to tour our school to see first-hand the lives that are being changed through your generosity. Please call 863-683-6504 and ask to speak with Kristin Aiken, President/CEO.

Become a Monthly Donor

Monthly giving is an easy and affordable way to make your support go further. When you become a Partner in Hope, you are joining a special group of people committed to provide a brighter future for the children we serve. 

Just look at what one monthly gift can do:

  $15    Provides developmental activities for an infant at-            risk for delays 
  $33   Funds adaptive therapy tools to help a child learn            to walk.
  $75   Supports a therapy session for a child to learn to             communicate.
$100  Gives a child hope for a brighter future.

It’s simple and easy to join!  Click here to set up your monthly pledge today: choose the Monthly Giving option and the amount of your gift, and your subsequent giving will happen automatically.

Make a One-Time Gift

Children need your help today! With your donation, you can provide hope and deliver life-changing support to children who need it the most.

Every child deserves to reach their maximum potential. When generous people like you make your 100% tax-deductible gift, children’s lives are forever changed.

“Pave the Way to a Brighter Future” with a commemorative brick

Honor a graduate, student, or family member; celebrate your child’s teacher; promote your business – the options are endless! Your personalized 4″x8″ engraved brick will be permanently installed at our Lakeland campus. Contact Ashlee Cofer at ashlee@achievementacademy.com for more information and to purchase your brick.


Planned Giving

We recognize the vital importance of securing our legacy and ensuring that our mission thrives long into the future. There are multiple ways to leave your legacy through a planned or estate gift, such as including Achievement Academy in your will, designating us as a beneficiary in your retirement account, or setting up a charitable trust in our favor. By making this type of thoughtful commitment, you become an integral part of securing our future and enhancing our ability to meet the needs of the children we serve.

Please contact Kristin Aiken at kristin@achievementacademy.com to learn more about the various ways you can make a legacy gift that will give children the opportunity to achieve their maximum potential.

Donor Spotlights

My grandson, Tommy, was born with a rare genetic mutation. It caused developmental delays. As he grew, the question of the best preschool program for him popped up. We heard great things about Achievement Academy. We were thrilled when he was accepted!

As a retired educator, I can’t say enough good things about the Achievement Academy! The entire faculty and staff guided him toward his maximum growth potential. We will be forever grateful for the excellent start they gave “or” Tommy.

Although Tommy graduated a few years ago, I happily send a monthly donation through the Partners in Hope program so they can continue to create miracles for the students in their care. I highly recommend donating to anyone who is able. I only wish I could give more, to thank them for all they gave us.

-Kathy Park on why she is a Partner in Hope.



“We believe 100% in the Achievement Academy and the wonderful services they provide to children with special needs. We want to support a great staff and we trust the leadership with the funds they receive. It makes us happy every month to see the debit on our bank account and the thoughtful thank-you emails and letters from Achievement Academy. It’s super easy to give online.”

–Bernita and David Gigowski on why they support children with special needs.



“When we met with the staff at The Achievement Academy Charter School, we knew we had found the perfect partner. They are committed to creating a brighter future for children, up to five years of age, with special needs. They provide early intervention through support, therapy and education, and advocacy and resources for parents, teachers and children. They offer effective and accountable programs, operate a cost-efficient and transparent agency and employ certified, professional teachers, therapists, and staff that are patient, caring and committed to helping the children reach their potential.”

-Lana Swartzwelder, CEO, The Libertore Fund for Children