Legacy Giving

Welcome to The Red & White Legacy Society at Roland Park Country School!
 
In 1996, the Roland Park Country School Board of Trustees established The Red & White Legacy Society to recognize those alumnae, trustees, parents, employees and friends of RPCS who have demonstrated a tried and true commitment to the School through the generous inclusion of a planned gift in their will or estate plans. 
 
Made up of over 160 members and growing each year, The Red & White Legacy Society helps ensure the future of RPCS in continuing its long tradition of excellence for the next generation of RPCS girls. 
 
We honor these members for their foresight and commitment and welcome you to join The Red & White Legacy Society. For more information, or to let us know you have already included RPCS in your will or estate plans, please fill out the form below. We will be in touch to extend our gratitude and to provide further information, including the many of benefits of joining this special group. 
 
For questions or more information, please contact Patti Collins, Assistant Head of School for Strategic Finance and Advancement. 

 

Inquiry Form for The Red & White Legacy Society

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Thank you for interest in The Red & White Legacy Society at Roland Park Country School!
 

 

The Red & White Legacy Society Events

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RPCS welcomed members of The Red & White Legacy Society back to campus for a luncheon to honor and thank them for their foresight and generosity in making a planned gift to the School. At the luncheon, members heard from Head of School Caroline Blatti with an update on all the exciting programs and happenings on campus.  Dr. Neda Blackburn, Director of the Holliday Heine STEM Institute, also moderated a panel of Upper School STEM students who shared more about the STEM Certificate program and classes. 

Jane Wilhelm Daniels, 1946 and her late husband, Worth, were responsible for commissioning the Centennial Tapestry (pictured above), which has hung in the Faissler Library since 2001.

When you make a legacy gift, you are forever part of the living tapestry of Roland Park Country School. There are many types of legacy gifts that can help you meet your financial goals while also meaningfully supporting the School you love.