Giving Tuesday!

This campaign ended on November 28, 2017, but you can still make a gift to Randolph College by clicking here!

Giving Tuesday is a 24-hour fundraising challenge on the National Day of Giving to support the Randolph College Annual Fund. Annual Fund gifts are unrestricted gifts to the College that go to areas where they are needed most. 

For more information about the Randolph College Annual Fund, please visit Annual Fund Areas of Support. If you have questions, please email tjamerson@randolphcollege.edu or call toll free at 1-877-769-2443. 

Areas of Annual Fund Support:

  • Student Scholarships--These gifts provide much needed funds to support merit- and need-based scholarships for Randolph students.
  • Faculty Development--These gifts allow the College to attract and retain stellar professors, and helps fund professional development opportunities.
  • Campus Beautification--These gifts ensure that the College's pristine grounds and historic buildings are maintained, and the campus retains its beautiful appearance.
  • Arts--These gifts support original artistic performances and opportunities on campus. From the Greek play to the Poetry Tree, there is no shortage of ways students and faculty can express their artistic talents.
  • Experiential Learning--These gifts provide life-transforming and authentic experiential learning opportunities beyond the classroom--study abroad, collaborative research and original artistic performances, and internships are just a few of the areas supported by gifts to this fund.

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Class Leaderboard

The Class Leaderboard reflects giving from Students, Parents, Alumna/Alumnus
AffiliationDonorsDollars
1978 13$2,835
2013 11$440
2004 11$505
1971 10$2,400
1993 10$1,870
2014 8$140
1973 7$1,450
1977 7$860
2012 7$224
1984 7$1,700
1964 6$1,735
1998 6$450
1969 6$1,525
1983 6$1,375
2006 5$150
1992 5$330
2011 5$111
2018 5$525
2015 4$60
2017 4$160
1968 4$400
2016 4$50
2010 3$625
1988 3$350
1994 3$225
1975 3$4,175
1981 3$110
1979 3$450
1970 3$1,060
1965 3$100
1980 3$175
1967 3$175
2005 3$135
1962 3$550
2021 3$155
2000 2$50
2001 2$1,100
1966 2$250
2003 2$60
1963 2$125
1991 2$250
1986 2$100
1997 2$150
1955 2$1,025
1959 2$150
1987 2$125
1957 2$150
1972 2$100
1995 2$125
1961 2$1,750
1932 1$200
2019 1$25
1974 1$100
1989 1$50
1958 1$50
1982 1$100
1990 1$25
1985 1$50
2009 1$150
1941 1$100
1976 1$50
1996 1$25
1943 1$250
1946 1$700
2008 1$208
1960 1$200
2020 1$100


Donor affiliations


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4% Parents

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6% Faculty/Staff

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3% Friends

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52% Alumna/Alumnus

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Donor list

M Christine Laughery
Tina Kirk
Anonymous
Chappy Johnson Graf
Virginia A Hein
Sherley Oagood Keith
Betsy H Grundy
Erin Mulligan Przybylinski
Anonymous
Diane J Addis
Carol Scott
Elizabeth C. Krome
Tammy L Gelvin
Elizabeth C Hussain
Alexandra W. Johnson
Eileen Miggins Hohlt
Deborah Conner Norris
Pam Mills
Margaret D. Shields
Carol A Clabaugh
Allison M Ramos
Leigh Flowers Inskeep
Pamela G Meyers
Anne Bartlett Gillett
Donna Howe Fagan
Joan Towles Matthews
Deborah P Close
Melissa Tuttle Fox
Linda J Tiffany
Anonymous
Laura-Gray Street
Laura G. Williams
Sarah L Buttner
Belinda L. Kelly
Joanne Tontz Ellzey
Robyn S Puryear
Margaret M McMichael
MaryAnne G. Mason
Hollis R Spiller
Lee S. Hawthorne
Diana Titus-Allen Waller

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Allie Starbuck photoAllie Starbuck matched $18
Amy Jacobs photoAmy Jacobs matched $45
Ayn Dietrich-Williams photoAyn Dietrich-Williams matched $200
Robyn Smith photoRobyn Smith matched $100
Farah Marks photoFarah Marks matched $250
The Class of 1978 Reunion Committee matched $175
An Anonymous Donor matched $1,000
Giving Tuesday Challengers: Ellen Helm Sacchi '91, Jean Ulffers Lucas '64, Carol Haley '70, and Cathy Pratt Morris '80 matched $10,000
Marilyn Hicks Fitzgerald '68, Dixie Nash Sakolosky '68, Barbara Niedland McCarthy '73--Giving Tuesday Challenger Group matched $10,000
Allison Muller '71, Betty Dinwiddie '52, Jolley Christman '69, Kristin and Will Dinwiddie matched $24,407
Giving Tuesday Challengers--Betty Lou Atkinson Newcomb '59 and Fred Newcomb, Barbara Niedland McCarthy '73, Ann Hepburn Webb '84, and an anonymous alumna of the Class of 1957 matched $25,000
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