Glenbard West Boosters is primarily a fundraising organization with more than 500 members and 100+ Board members that plans various Booster-sponsored fundraising and service projects. The funds raised enhance academic and athletic programs and extra-curricular activities that enrich the student experience at Glenbard West.
In the past ten years, more than $1,300,000 was raised and disbursed thanks to the ongoing generosity of families and merchants in the Glenbard West community.
Booster members work all-year-long promoting West spirit by
selling Glenbard West gear and sportswear
flipping pancakes at the Homecoming Pancake Breakfast
manning the Homecoming bonfire
chaperoning the Homecoming dance
serving up steaming plates of pasta at the “Pack the Place” winter sports extravaganza
hosting annual fundraisers for adults in the community
We encourage every parent, alum, and Glen Ellyn resident to consider joining Glenbard West Boosters. It is easy to become a member. Remember that your generous donations and personal involvement make a big difference in enriching the students’
experience at West.
If you are interested in learning more about the Glenbard West Boosters, have an interest in joining the Board, or wish to get involved in a specific activity, please contact an Executive Board member or send an email to President@gwboosters.com. We are eager to share the news about the organization and find a way for you to help the kids! So get involved, make a difference, meet some great new people, and have fun!
2022-2023 EXECUTIVE BOARD
AND COMMITTEE CHAIRS
Patti & Jim Campanella
Maureen & Liam Lawrence
Nicole & Greg Savarese
Martha & TR Sweinsberger
Pack the Place / Winter White Out
Stacy & Alec Huff
Carey & Ryan Murphy
Erin & Chris Clark
Wendy & Doug Sawyer
Christina & Dave Lavin
West Nation Liaison
DID YOU KNOW?
During the pandemic, Boosters distributed more than $100,000 in grants to enhance the Glenbard West student experience. We also raised enough money to fully fund requested 2021-22 grants and scholarships, plus expand discretionary grants that give the school financial flexibility to add student opportunities that may arise due to changing health protocols.