“We contribute to the Annual Fund because we believe in the community at RSS. We feel confident every gift, big or small, makes a difference in helping better the academic and moral value for our children. We are proud to be part of such a special community.”
- Beth and Zachary Solomon P ‘24, ‘25
The Annual Fund
Rodeph Sholom School’s operating budget relies on contributions to the Annual Fund. Your gift has a direct impact on all aspects of school life, including teacher salaries, library books, science equipment, and keeping our buildings and students safe. Your commitment to the Annual Fund allows our school to raise and educate strong, confident, Jewish leaders ready to face a complex world.
Join Us in Supporting RSS
RSS enjoys impressive support from our trustees, parents, grandparents, alumnae and faculty. Last year, 91% of parents and 100% of our Board of Directors supported RSS through the Annual Fund.
We invite all members of our community to participate in the Annual Fund – no matter the amount, your participation sets a tradition of giving and supports the next generation of RSS students. Simply put, your participation demonstrates your support of our school.
$54,000+ $36,000 to $53,999 $18,000 to $35,999 $10,000 to $17,999 $5,400 to $9,999 $3,600 to $5,399 $1,800 to $3,599 $1,000 to $1,799 $1 to $999 Leadership Giving begins at $10,000. All gifts are appreciated and help us reach our goal.
Volunteer for the Annual Fund
Each year, parent volunteers work tirelessly as Annual Fund Ambassadors. Our parent volunteers reach out to all members of our community to thank them for their past support, answer questions about the Annual Fund, and help donors understand the impact of their donations. To learn more about how you can volunteer for the Annual Fund, please contact Talia Levine, Development Associate, at 646-438-8661.
Your participation sets a tradition of giving and supports the next generation of RSS students while it positively impacts every current student, every day. Thank you!
Did you know?
Many companies match gifts to the Annual Fund on a 1:1 or higher basis, enabling donors to increase the value of their gift.
Located in New York City, Rodeph Sholom School is a coeducational nursery through eighth grade Reform Jewish independent school.
10 West 84th Street and 168 West 79th Street · New York, NY 10024