Husky Fund

The Husky Fund
The Rolling Hills Prep and Renaissance Schools’ Husky Fund is our most important fundraising initiative each year.  Aside from tuition, The Husky Fund is the largest source of income for our schools, directly benefitting the educational experience of every student. Across a broad spectrum of needs that impact the education and experience of all students, The Husky Fund plays an integral role in the day-to-day operations of both our schools.  We rely on donors’ generosity to fulfill our mission to create a diverse and inclusive school community, ensure small class sizes, pay the salaries for an excellent teaching staff committed to their students and their profession, provide meaningful tuition assistance, improve campus facilities, and to continually enhance our technological capacity and offerings. 


Who Participates in The Husky Fund?

The commitment of our entire community is critical to our success. We rely on the philanthropic support of current parents, trustees, alum parents, student alums, grandparents, faculty, staff, and administration to help us reach our yearly Husky Fund goal with gifts that are meaningful and sustainable.

In addition, friends of the Schools, foundations, corporate matching gifts and others play an important role in helping Rolling Hills Prep and Renaissance Schools provide every student with a signature educational experience emphasizing disciplined minds, sound character, healthy bodies, and creative spirits.
Levels of Giving
All donors are recognized in the Rolling Hills Prep and Renaissance Schools’ Annual Report according to giving levels. Donors are recognized at the level that reflects their total annual giving to The Husky Fund, including sponsorship opportunities, restricted annual gifts to current operations, as well as corporate matching gifts. Donors who contribute to The Husky Fund at the Blue and Orange level and above are invited to attend an annual donor recognition event with the Head of School.

For more information about the Husky Fund, please contact Sue Mathews, Director of Advancement:
310-791-1101 x156