Ways to Give

Rolling Hills Prep and Renaissance Schools invite community members to support us by making donations in a variety of ways. If you'd like to give online with a credit card, click on the orange “Click Here to Donate Now” button to the left. You may also call us to make a donation via credit card.

Please note: Our fiscal year is July 1, 2019 - June 30, 2020. Donations should be made within those dates to be counted for the 2019-20 school year. All donations are tax deductible.

 

 

Ways to Give

For other methods of giving, please click the arrows next to the headers below to view further instructions.

Checks should be made out to Rolling Hills Prep School. Please note “The Husky Fund” on the memo line and return your check or cash in a completed pre-addressed Rolling Hills Prep & Renaissance Schools remittance envelope. 

If using a blank envelope, mail to:

Sue Mathews, Director of Advancement

Advancement Office
Rolling Hills Prep and Renaissance Schools
One Rolling Hills Prep Way
San Pedro, CA 90732

There can be significant tax advantages to donating appreciated stock to a nonprofit. Donors can deduct the full fair market value of the appreciated stock without paying capital gains tax. Please contact us for the necessary information on stock gifts.

We encourage our community to take advantage of employer matching gift programs and receive gift recognition at an increased level. Please check with your benefits or HR department to see if your employer will match your donation.

Rolling Hills Prep and Renaissance Schools welcome non-monetary gifts such as equipment, materials, services and supplies that provide relief to the operating budget or align with current priorities. Please contact us if you are interested in making an in-kind donation, or to inquire about current needs.

Planned giving vehicles such as gift annuities or remainder trusts can provide substantial tax benefits for donors while generating income for Rolling Hills Prep and Renaissance Schools. Some donors also choose to include the schools in their estate plans through a bequest or name the schools as beneficiaries of a life insurance policy or retirement account. Please contact us with any questions about gift planning.

If you prefer to pledge now but pay later, simply complete a pre-addressed remittance envelope and return to the Advancement Office, in person or by mail. We do ask that all Husky Fund pledges are fulfilled by June 30, when our fiscal year ends. 

For more information about ways to give to The Husky Fund, please contact Sue Mathews, Director of Advancement: 
SMathews@rollinghillsprep.org
310-791-1101 x156

Named and Honorary Funds
Over the course of our schools' histories, we have been extremely fortunate to have students, teachers, administrators, and other community members who have had a transformative impact on our community. In some cases, we have decided to establish named funds to honor these significant contributors that we have either lost or who have moved on of their own accord.
 
To read more about these funds, please click the arrow next to their name for a brief description.
Photo of Andy Williamson's Lemon Tree and an engraved stone commemorating him and his "Stay Gold" mantra
 
After losing our beloved teacher Andy Williamson in June 2017, we established the Andy Williamson Scholarship Fund in his memory. As we remember Andy and his “Stay Gold” approach to teaching and life, we hope our community will continue to donate to the Andy Williamson Scholarship Fund. We want to honor his memory for years to come and help students thrive.
 
In addition to the scholarship fund, Andy is memorialized on campus with a lemon tree and outdoor reflection area that students, faculty, and staff enjoy.
 
Peter McCormack was a committed head of school for 25 years and sought to establish and maintain numerous standards and traditions within our community prior to his retirement in 2018. This fund was established to recognize his many years of dedication that helped form a solid community of caring families and individuals. We hope that this fund can make his enduring vision of two forward-thinking schools as accessible as possible for those who can benefit from and contribute to the Rolling Hills Prep and Renaissance Schools community.
Adam Z. Rice was a memorable Rolling Hills Prep student and active performing artist who brought light to every corner of our schools. After graduating from RHP in 2011, he went on to pursue performing arts at Berkeley prior to his tragic passing in 2014. The Adam Z. Rice Memorial Performing Arts Center is a project dedicated to preserving Adam's memory well into the future. 
Supported by friends and family of Amy Woolington, in her memory, the Scholarship Fund accepts donations to support tuition and fees for a deserving RHP student in Amy's name. The first Amy Woolington Scholar graduated in 2014, and the second recipient enrolled in 6th grade in 2017.