Randolph alumnae and alumni have the chance to participate in the Rally for Randolph giving campaign to help the College meet its Annual Fund goals for the 2017-18 fiscal year, which ends June 30.
To ensure that the College meets its goals, an anonymous alumna from the Class of 1981 has issued a participation challenge. She will give $5,000 if 100 alums who have not yet given this year make a gift of any amount by June 30.
Randolph is already closing on its highest alumnae and alumni participation rate in more than 10 years.
“We are so grateful to everyone who so generously supports Randolph each year,” said Hannah Cohen ’15, assistant director of the Annual Fund. “The Rally for Randolph campaign is a great opportunity for all of our alumnae and alumni to join in support of the Randolph College community, whether it is with a gift of $10 or $1,000. Every gift absolutely makes a difference, because it doesn’t matter what you give, only that you participate.”
Just a few of the areas positively impacted by Annual Fund support include student scholarships, experiential learning opportunities, faculty professional development, and campus preservation and beautification.
“In short, Annual Fund donors empower Randolph College students to become the next generation of leaders for our world,” Cohen said.
To participate in the Rally for Randolph campaign by June 30 and to make your gift in an area that matters most, please visit www.randolphcollege.edu/rally.Tags: alumnae giving, alumni giving, annual fund, giving