Private support is essential for excellence.
As a 501c3, Randolph relies on the generosity of donors to help create the Randolph Difference. Every student benefits from the impact of our community’s philanthropic efforts. Teachers and coaches are able to provide a stronger program because of the private support from donors. As a private independent school, Randolph and Greengate School at Randolph receive no funding from the local, state, or federal government.
There are four main ways you can invest financially in the educational experience - The Randolph Fund, the endowment, sponsorships and events, and capital support.
Ways to Give
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Your generous gift makes all the difference in providing the resources for teachers to inspire students. High levels of participation from parents, alumni, grandparents, faculty, staff, and friends are a signal of strength and send an important message that together we are invested in preserving the extraordinary opportunities that matter most at Randolph.
We support the Randolph Fund confident that our gift enhances the educational experience for our children and all Randolph students.
JOHN ROATH, PARENT
It means a lot when your children come home excited and eager to share what they have learned. We give so that teachers can have those resources needed to continue to foster this excitement and passion for learning in the students.
WENDY JOSEPH, BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEMBER AND PARENT
We give because Randolph recognizes the need for individualized care. Students with learning differences are empowered and encouraged through the Randolph Fund.
LEE SHAW, PARENT
The majority of children in Lower School have difficulty using a “normal” mouse. The Randolph Fund has purchased “little mice” for use in the Lower School computer lab. These new mice make all the difference.
MELISSA TUCKER '04, LOWER SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION SPECIALIST
I sincerely thank all who gave to the Randolph Fund. Because of your generosity, I have an ActivBoard for teaching. Among its many benefits is the ease in teaching students how to use the graphing calculator.
BETH ANDRADA, UPPER SCHOOL MATH DEPT CHAIR