The Fund for Hathaway Brown
Previously known as the Annual Fund, The Fund for Hathaway Brown supports the mission of the school through budget-relieving and budget-enhancing dollars granted through the generosity of alumnae, parents, faculty, staff, and friends. The Fund encourages donors to broaden their support of the school, while communicating the impact of their giving and leading the effort in building a culture of philanthropy – for today, for tomorrow, and for life.
The Fund provides
- knowledge in action through the Fellowships in Applied Studies
- a diverse collection of literary works in the library
- supplies such as paint brushes, pottery clay, and petri dishes in the chemistry lab
- coverage for unforeseen emergency expenses to keep students safe and healthy
- and more.
- What is the Fund for Hathaway Brown?
- Who gives?
- Why give?
- Can my gift support something specific?
- Can I make a gift in honor of someone?
- Do smaller gifts really make a difference?
- Why doesn't tuition fully cover expenses?
- How can I give?
- What is the difference between giving a gift to The Fund and giving to an endowment?
- What is the Principle Scholars Program?
- What is capital giving?
- Do you accept employer matching gifts?
- Is there a parent giving program?