Our determination to provide an RE education to our own children speaks to how much we love Ransom Everglades and believe in its transformational power. Like all Ransom Everglades parents, we want the best for our kids, and we believe Ransom Everglades offers the best education, best faculty, best student body, best alumni support and – soon – the best facilities.
Tuition alone does not cover the cost of this world-class education. There is a gap each year that is filled by The Fund for RE, which supports our faculty; enhanced academic, arts and athletic programming; a robust financial aid program; and technological, structural and facility improvements. We need help from every parent and every alumnus every year. Your annual gifts allow Ransom Everglades to meet students’ needs – big or small, unexpected or anticipated – in the classroom, on playing fields, in art studios or on stages.
Last year The Fund for RE achieved a record of $3 million in gifts. We hope to surpass that total this year, and we’re well on our way. But we need everyone to do their part.
If you haven’t made your contribution yet, we ask you to do so now
. In 2017-18, parents of the Class of 2021 raised the most among the current classes (just over $450,000). Help your child’s class finish first in this year’s drive. If you are an alumnus, help us exceed our goal of 30 percent alumni participation.
If you need additional incentive, Ransom Everglades is for the first time offering exclusive RE flip-flops to all who make gifts between now and June 30, 2019.
The flip-flops represent the height of beach chic and are available only through our end-of-year campaign. They will surely be a hit this summer. Don’t miss this chance to get a pair
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We look forward to great years ahead for our children, yours and future generations. Parent and alumni support of The Fund for RE ensures that Ransom Everglades students are prepared to step out into the world and improve it, becoming the next generation of leaders, problem solvers and community builders. Once they depart RE, our students find themselves welcomed into a smart and friendly network of RE alumni that stretches across the nation.
Elana Oberstein Harris ‘93 and Ricky Stokes ‘94
Co-Chairs Advancement Committee