Why I Give to the Annual Fund

 “Doc” & Shari Helm

“Robert F Munroe has been an integral part of our family and our community since our arrival in Gadsden County 27 years ago. Both our children are alumni and were well prepared for the transition to college life. We have felt that being part of the Robert F Munroe family has carried an obligation to continue the stewardship of those who came before us to ensure that this school remains a vibrant part of our community, both now and in the future. Financial support of academics, athletics and social fraternity is at the core of that stewardship. We are grateful for the support of those past and present that aids in the continuance of the tradition that is fundamental to the Robert F Munroe Day School family.”

 Bradford & Crystle May

Crystle May, Marcelle May Rhodes and two of the May grandchildren

“Giving to the Annual Fund is an important, tangible element of support which all members of the Robert F. Munroe Day School community should provide. Although there is a business aspect to the Annual Fund – fills a need not fully funded by tuition – we enjoy knowing that our pledge assists RFM in attracting and retaining the best students and the best faculty in this area. The direct impact on people, which Annual Fund dollars deliver, is our continued motivation to support our Annual Fund” – Bradford & Crystle May. The May family has had two children and two grandchildren graduate/attend Munroe. Crystle taught at Munroe for 20 years and she now has a daughter that teaches here