We invite current students, parents, alumnae and alumni, and corporate donors to explore the many ways to give to Randolph.
Gifts can come in many forms and whether you’re looking to make a monetary gift, a gift of stock, or by volunteering at Randolph we’d be honored to guide you through the process.
If you’re looking to make a gift right now, please visit our online giving form. If you’d like to research the various ways to give and support Randolph College, please explore the information below.
Monetary gifts of all sizes are vital to supporting Randolph College’s mission of providing students with a strong liberal arts education and encouraging Vita Abundinator. In addition monetary gifts provide the donor with an income tax deduction. Read More
Outright gifts of securities (stocks, bonds, and mutual funds) and other assets provide Randolph with much-needed financial assistance. Gifts of appreciated securities and gifts in kind provide the donor with an income tax charitable deduction and capital gains tax savings. Read More
Many employers offer matching gift benefits that can double or even triple your gift to Randolph College. We’re happy to work with you and your employer to take advantage of matching gift opportunities. Read More
You can support the future of Randolph through a gift in your estate plans, called a planned gift. These gifts require a little bit of thinking and planning but you have an opportunity to make a real difference. Read More
There are many ways that you can help support Randolph by offering your time. Whether by working as a class agent, helping plan reunions, or helping at the College in another way, your time, energy, and dedication will be highly valued and appreciated. Read More
In addition to the corporate funding received through the Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges and matching gifts, we receive support for current and capital expenditures from businesses and corporations. Read More
Didn’t see what you were looking for above? We provided a list of frequently asked questions covering topics from gifts in honor of others, the College’s endowment, and donating horses. Read More