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Why Spring Valley?

Sir Isaac Newton, physicist, mathematician, astronomer and dyslexic said “If I have seen further than others, it is only by standing upon the shoulders of giants.”  Since 2000, Spring Valley School has offered the support and inspiration for hundreds of students who struggle with dyslexia, and dysgraphia.  While we may be the shoulder these students use to lift themselves to success, Spring Valley needs the support of the community as our catalyst.

Through the generosity and support of our donors, we change lives by transforming frustrated students into avid and successful learners, readers and writers.

As we are a 501(3)c nonprofit, gifts are tax deductible and can be made with cash, check, stock transfer or pledge. Donors are recognized in the Annual Report (unless specified as anonymous). SVS adheres to the Association of Fundraising Professionals Donor Bill of Rights.


Andrea Martin

Director of Development


2701 Sydney Drive

Birmingham, AL 35211

(205) 423-8660

(205) 423-8662 fax

Quick Access:

families served
from 46+ zip codes

graduates enrolled in post-secondary education and/or employed

Monthly Giving

Why consider a monthly gift to Spring Valley School?

  • Monthly donations can be made in affordable monthly payments

  • Save postage and time with online, automatic gifts on the same day each month

  • Flexibility to easily increase, decrease, pause or stop your recurring gift at any time

  • Receive a cumulative tax receipt, issued annually

  • Stay informed and connected with your cause through regular updates on how you are advancing the mission of giving brighter futures to students with learning differences

Your cumulative, monthly gift sustains brighter outcomes for fearless learners:

$250 / MONTH provides dyslexia therapy training for 1 teacher.

$150 / MONTH sponsors an economically disadvantaged student to attend his class trip with his/her peers.

$25 / MONTH provides equipment needed to add 1 more team sport / student club.

$20 / MONTH provides outpatient therapy for 1 student for one week.

$10 / MONTH provides lunch service for 2 economically disadvantaged students for one week.

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Investing in Bright Futures
The SVS Family

"My student just finished her first semester at BSC on the Dean's List! Her four years at SVS were truly what provided her (and us as parents)
the tools to succeed academically!"
- SVS Parent


"My son who wanted to quit school at age 8 has begun to 
talk about what he wants to be when he grows up" 

- SVS parent

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