All boarding, grades 9-12 in Alexandria, Virginia
Giving to EHS

Ways to Give

- Chris Williams '06

My decision to give a monthly gift to Episcopal mirrors the School's ongoing commitment to excellence of scholarship, athletics, and spiritual formation. Episcopal invested in me as a student, and I appreciate the opportunity to extend the reach of Episcopal to those who followed.

Financial Opportunities

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  • Online Gifts and Pledges

    Give online with a credit card by filling out our secure gift form. Share the gift form link, www.EHSRollCall.org with other members of the EHS community!

    Fill out our pledge form to confirm your intent to support the Roll Call before June 30. Your pledge reduces administrative dollars spent on appeals and helps build momentum toward Episcopal’s year-end goals.
  • Monthly Giving

    Sign up for monthly credit card payments to spread your gift out over the fiscal year. You choose the amount per month and number of months in a way that works best for you.

    Never miss a year of giving to the Roll Call by choosing ongoing monthly payments. Your monthly support of Episcopal will continue until your credit card expires or you tell us to stop. You may change the amount of your gift or cancel it completely at any time.
  • PayPal

    Giving to EHS just got easier with PayPal. You can give with PayPal funds or with your credit or deibt card that is linked to your PayPal acount. Please include your class year, honor/memorial instructions, or gift designations in the "Add special instructions" box when you submit your gift.
  • Gifts by Phone or Mail

    Please mail checks made out Episcopal High School to:

    Advancement Office
    Episcopal High School
    1200 North Quaker Lane
    Alexandria, VA 22302

    Call our toll-free gift line at (877) EHS-1839 to make a credit card gift.
  • Matching Gifts

    Search here to find out whether your employer matches charitable gifts. Many corporations will match your gift, doubling or even tripling the impact of your support of Episcopal. In most cases, companies that match employees' gifts provide paper or electronic forms through their human resources departments for you to forward to Episcopal along with your gift.


    For more information about matching gifts at Episcopal High School, please contact Elizabeth Taglieri, gifts administrator, at (703) 933-4025.
  • Gifts of Securities

    Gifts of stock or securities offer an easy and tax efficient way to make a lasting gift to Episcopal High School.

    Please notify Episcopal of an incoming gift by contacting , director of alumni and parent programs; senior gifts officer, at (703) 933-4024. It is important to provide the name and address of the donor, type of securities, number of shares, and intended date of transfer. Without this information, we are occasionally unable to properly credit the gift.

    Your gift can be electronically transferred to Episcopal High School’s account at Scott & Stringfellow. Your broker will need the following information:

    Scott & Stringfellow, Inc., Richmond, VA
    Contact: Mary W. Hagan
    Telephone: 1-800-552-7757
    FAX 804-649-2916
    DTC #: 702
    EHS Account #: 30162507-RRS1
    EHS Tax I.D. Number: 54-0506326
  • Planned Gifts

    Donors can help secure the long-term financial health of Episcopal through gifts that come to the school in the future or over a period of years. View additional Planned Giving information or contact Matt Drake, major gifts officer, at (703) 933-4026.
  • Memorial/Honor Gifts

    Many donors choose to pay tribute to faculty members, classmates, friends or family by making a Roll Call gift in their honor or memory. Simply provide the name of the individual whom you wish to honor or memorialize when making your gift. These thoughtful gifts are listed in the annual report and EHS Magazine each year.
  • Gifts by Wire Transfer

    To make a donation by wire transfer, please contact Rick Wilcox, director of alumni and parent programs (703) 933-4024 or Andy Kean, Controller, at (703) 933-4144.
  • Faculty and Staff Giving

    Faculty or staff can support the Roll Call through payroll deduction. Email the amount of your gift and whether it is a one-time payroll deduction or an ongoing payment per pay-period to Rick Wilcox, director of alumni and parent programs, .

Gift Clubs

RANDOLPH FAIRFAX SOCIETY

Founder: $50,000+
Fellow: $25,000-49,999
Benefactor: $15,000-24,999
Sustainer: $10,000-14,999
Patron: $5,000-9,999

HIGH LIST

$2,500-4,999

1839 SOCIETY *

$1,839-2,499

PENDLETON CLUB

$1,000-1,838

HILL CLUB

$500-999

HONOR ROLL

$100-499

LOYALTY GIFTS

up to $99

YOUNG ALUMNI LEADERSHIP SOCIETY

Class of 2013-2017: $250 
Class of 2008-2012: $500 
Class of 2003-2007: $750

Volunteer!

We are tremendously grateful for the motivated parent and alumni volunteers who support Episcopal. Your generous gift of time and energy help us achieve our ambitious goals each year. Thank you!

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  • Parent Volunteer Opportunities

    PARENT CONNECTION VOLUNTEER

    Parent Connection Volunteers will help new families transition to life at EHS by reaching out to two or three assigned families, answering questions, and guiding them to available resources as questions come up throughout the year.

    PARENT ROLL CALL COMMITTEE

    Parent Roll Call Volunteers raise awareness of the importance of the Roll Call (Episcopal’s Annual Fund), make solicitation calls to parents, and thank parent donors.

    ADMISSIONS AREA REPRESENTATIVE

    Admissions Area Representatives work alongside our Admissions Office to help identify talented students in their area, call prospective families, host admissions events, and attend local school fairs.

    EXCHANGE STUDENT HOST

    Occasionally, Episcopal enrolls international or exchange students who need a place to call home during the holidays.

    WASHINGTON PROGRAM BROWN BAG LUNCHES

    As part of the Washington Program, members of the extended EHS community are invited to meet with a group of students and faculty during an informal session on campus where lunch is served. These alumni and friends of the School host a discussion of what they do and their journey from EHS to where they are today.

    EXPERT CALLS

    Volunteers make themselves available to receive an informational phone interview from EHS seniors, who may call them to learn more about a field of interest. These calls serve as an opportunity for our students to practice networking skills, learn about an industry, and connect with the broader EHS community. We are always looking for alumni and parent volunteers to make themselves available for these calls should a senior's interest match their experience.

    HOST A WASHINGTON PROGRAM STUDENT EXTERN

    If you or your company is willing to host an EHS senior for an off-campus work experience during the month of May, usually for about 35 hours per week, please contact Jeremy Goldstein, director of the Washington Program, at jlg@episcopalhighschool.org

    SHARE YOUR EHS EXPERIENCE

    Our communications team is always looking for parents to contact for quotes, stories, and anecdotes that highlight the value of the EHS experience.

    CLICK HERE TO GET INVOLVED!

  • Alumni Volunteer Opportunities

    CLASS CHAIR

    Class Chairs lead the Roll Call fundraising effort for their class through the direct solicitation and stewardship of classmates. Chairs help draft and/or edit appeal letters and emails, participate in phonathons, and make an early Roll Call commitment at a level of personal leadership.

    CLASS CORRESPONDENT

    Class Correspondents keep classmates connected to EHS and to one another by collecting class notes for the semi-annual school magazine and notifying the Advancement Office of any changes to alumni contact information.

    REUNION COMMITTEE

    Members of the Reunion Planning Committee drum up enthusiasm and attendance for Reunion Weekend. Working alongside the Advancement Office, the committee also helps coordinate class-specific events for the weekend and manages solicitation of alumni support of the Roll Call in honor of Reunion year.

    ADMISSIONS AREA REPRESENTATIVE

    Admissions Area Representatives work alongside our Admissions Office to help identify talented students in their area, call prospective families, host admissions events, and attend local school fairs.

    WASHINGTON PROGRAM BROWN BAG LUNCHES

    As part of the Washington Program, members of the extended EHS community are invited to meet with a group of students and faculty during an informal session on campus where lunch is served. These alumni and friends of the School host a discussion of what they do and their journey from EHS to where they are today.

    EXPERT CALLS

    As part of the Washington Program, seniors at EHS are required to schedule an informational phone interview with an EHS alumnus or parent who is experienced in the student's field of interest. These calls serve as an opportunity for our students to practice networking skills, learn about an industry, and connect with the broader EHS community. We are always looking for alumni and parent volunteers to make themselves available for these calls should a senior's interest match their experience.

    HOST A WASHINGTON PROGRAM STUDENT EXTERN

    If you or your company is willing to host an EHS senior for an off-campus work experience during the month of May, usually for about 35 hours per week, please contact Jeremy Goldstein, director of the Washington Program, at jlg@episcopalhighschool.org.

    CLICK HERE TO GET INVOLVED!

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