Roland Park Country School alumnae understand that when they give back, they become a part of our history.Celebrating a reunion is an opportunity to support Roland Park Country School in a way that is meaningful to you, as it comes at a time of personal reflection. Your reunion year provides an excellent opportunity to recall the memories you hold close, while looking to the future and supporting the next generation of female leaders.
Contributions to the Annual Fund make a valuable difference. A high participation rate encourages grant making foundations and corporations to invest in RPCS, thereby creating more dynamic and meaningful experiences that deepen engagement, celebrate learning and empower students on their academic journeys. In addition, with alumnae support, RPCS can provide the resources necessary for students to chart their own course and navigate our ever-changing global landscape as young leaders. The Annual Fund is the top fundraising priority of the School and has the most direct and tangible impact on our students.
What inspires you to give back? Is there a particular program area or teacher who impacted your life? Allocate your gift to what you are most passionate about, or consider a gift in honor of a beloved faculty member. Whether it be Financial Aid, Academic Programs, Athletics, Arts, DEI initiatives or area of greatest need, your gift will inspire others and create change. In whatever capacity you choose to support RPCS, know collectively as a community, alumnae help to strengthen the School for current and future generations. Go REDS!
The ROSE Vase and The REDS Plate
Established in 2022, The ROSE Vase recognizes the reunion class reaching the highest percentage of participation in the Annual Fund and The REDS Plate recognizes the class raising the greatest amount for RPCS.
Inspired by the challenge, reunion classes generously gave back to RPCS hoping to be the first to have their year engraved on these two new awards! Under the incredible leadership of last year’s giving chairs, the Class of 1982 was celebrated with 84% participation and the Class of 1967 was recognized for raising $31,245.
Congratulations and thank you to all donors who so generously gave back to RPCS. We look forward to honoring two more classes during the Champagne Reception on April 22, 2023.
The challenge starts now!
For questions about Reunion Giving, please contact:
Director of Alumnae Giving Katy Spencer, 1993, P '36
MAKE A GIFT
WAYS TO GIVE
- 2018 - 5th Reunion
- 2013 - 10th Reunion - Christine Vaile, Reunion Giving Chair
- 2008 - 15th Reunion - Cathy Hebert, Reunion Giving Chair
- 2003 - 20th Reunion - Jordi Plumhoff Burgess and Amanda Ortel Frank, Reunion Giving Chairs
- 1998 - 25th Reunion - Grace Applefeld Cleveland, Reunion Giving Chair
- 1993 - 30th Reunion - Carter Arnot Polakoff, Reunion Giving Chair
- 1988 - 35th Reunion - Gina Kane, Reunion Giving Chair
- 1983 - 40th Reunion - Nicole Migeon and Aimee Johnson Westbrook, Reunion Giving Chairs
- 1978- 45th Reunion - Leslie Kovacs Meek, Reunion Giving Chair
- 1973 - 50th Reunion
- 1968 - 55th Reunion- Cathy Huether McClelland and Rachel Magruder Allen, Reunion Giving Chairs
- 1963 - 60th Reunion
- 1958 - 65th Reunion
- 1953 - 70th Reunion