Ways to Give
Ways to Give
For other methods of giving, please click the arrows next to the headers below to view further instructions.
Head of School: $25,000+
1981 Circle: $15,000 - $24,999
Four Pillars: $10,000 - $14,999
Rigor and Soul: $5,000 - $9,999
Blue and Orange: $2,500 - $4,999
Husky Pack: $1,000 - $2,499
MVP: $1 - $999
For more information about the Husky Fund, please contact Elizabeth Park, Development Coordinator:
Mail or Drop Off Check or Cash
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, REACH & Renaissance Schools remittance envelope.
If using a blank envelope, mail it to:
Elizabeth Park, Development Coordinator
Rolling Hills Prep, REACH, 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, REACH, 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 inquiring 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, REACH, 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.
Senior Class Gift
Each year’s Senior class and their families contribute to a collective gift that will commemorate their lasting legacy at our schools. The gift is mutually agreed upon by the Senior class and Head of School, and from time to time depending on the scope of the gift, two or more consecutive classes will contribute to one larger gift. Below is a snapshot of recent Senior Gifts:
- 2015: Koi pond
- 2016: Pergola for Koi pond area
- 2017: Andy Williamson Scholarship Fund
- 2018: Andy Williamson Reflection Space (benches and trees)
- 2019: Andy Williamson Reflection Space (pergola)
- 2020: Andy Williamson Reflection Space (pergola)
- 2021: Adam Rice Theater podium
- 2022: Twenty-seven trees along athletic field fence