Ross School is celebrating record contributions to the 2017–2018 Annual Fund. Donor participation has grown across all divisions, and we’ve raised more than triple the amount contributed this time last year.
So far donor contributions for 2017–2018 have reached $694,881, and we still need to raise $145,119 in order to meet this year’s goal. Large thermometer signs are present on both campuses and will be updated regularly to keep you apprised of our progress.
Giving at Ross
Through your support and dedication Ross School has transformed the lives of thousands of children and educators. Your contributions to the Annual Fund enables Ross to maintain a high standard of excellence in our facilities and programs, hire and retain a world-class faculty, and ensure that all qualified and motivated students have access to a Ross School education regardless of financial status.
Over the last 25 years, more than $26 million has been dedicated to need-based financial aid through the Steven J. Ross Scholarship Fund. Gifts to Ross School support the institution’s needs today while securing its legacy for future generations.
Ways to Give
There are many ways to give to Ross School, and our Advancement team will work with you to secure the promise of a Ross education for generations to come. In addition to making gifts online or through wire transfers, charitable opportunities include donating stocks and mutual funds, annuities, bequests, endowments, and more. Please contact the Advancement Office by email email@example.com or call 631-907-5500 to discuss the best giving options for you.
Ross School’s Steven J. Ross Scholarship Fund ensures that children of all economic circumstances have the opportunity to benefit from a Ross School education. Over the last 20 years, more than $26 million has been dedicated to need-based financial aid, enabling children of all socioeconomic backgrounds to receive an exceptional college-preparatory education and supporting Ross School’s diverse student body. Your generous contributions ensure that the school can continue to provide an unparalleled 21st century global education to interested and deserving students.