The Annual Fund
...helps our teachers go above and beyond to inspire students to reach their potential.
|2019–2020 Goal: $925,000 and 100% Participation|
- What is the Annual Fund?
- What does the Annual Fund support?
- What is the difference between a pledge and a gift?
- Why is participation important?
- Is my gift tax-deductible?
- Can my gift be anonymous?
- How much should I give?
- Can I give stock?
- Can my gift be matched by my company?
- Can I restrict my gift to a specific purpose?
Teachers and coaches encouraged me and believed in me...Having a community behind me that cares what I think and pushes me to grow has had a tremendous impact on who I've become.
—Kenzie Steward '18
|3PreK||Devin Anderson & Katie Rose|
|Kindergarten||Drew von Lintel & Jessie Fiat|
|First||Trey & Erin Bean|
|Second||John & Pam Hanlon|
|Third||Colin & Kat Potter|
|Fourth||David & Tiffany Shewell|
|Fifth||Jim & Holly Ngo; Renée Utgaard|
|Seventh||Chris & Tasha Hatton|
|Eighth||Mary L. McIntyre; Jim & Amy Matheson|
|Ninth||Robert Summerfield & Isabel Moreira; Dan Duggleby & Amy Geroso|
|Tenth||Jennifer Gully; Scott & Deborah Hinton|
|Eleventh||Jesus & Claudia Lamas; Fred & Corrine Welt|
|Twelfth||Scott & Kathleen Nichols; Daniel & Traci Sheinberg|
Donors who give at this level will be invited to the Hallmarker Celebration in April.
Donors who give at this level will be invited to the Headmaster's Council Dinner in February and the Hallmarker Celebration in April.
Rowland Hall respects the privacy of its supporters and maintains the highest standards of ethics and integrity in our fundraising. We do not share, sell, rent, or lease your personal information to any third party.