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Giving

Every gift makes an impact on The Hun School community.

The Hun School of Princeton flourishes in large part due to the generosity of our alumni, parents, and friends. All contributions, whether to the Hun Fund, an endowed fund, or a facility project, directly impact the student experience. To learn more about giving, please contact Alexis Brock, director of Advancement.

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The Hun Fund

The school’s annual fund supports the experience of every Hun School student, every day. Gifts of all sizes make a difference in our ability to attract and retain outstanding teachers, offer an academic environment focused on each student's individual intellectual growth, and attract a talented student body. Every gift makes an important difference to the School.

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Capital Giving

Capital gifts provide crucial support that enables The Hun School to make advancements in specific areas of need. Capital gifts include endowed scholarship funds, seed funding for new initiatives, gifts toward facilities upgrades, and more. 

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Ways to Give

Whether you make a gift to the Hun Fund, create an endowed fund, or support one of our capital initiatives, we are grateful for your generosity. You can make a gift online, write a check and send a pledge card through the mail, make a gift of securities or initiate a wire transfer, and even supplement your gift through corporate matching programs.

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Planned Giving

Planned gifts include bequests, life-income gifts, gifts of real estate and other deferred gifts. The John Gale Hun Society honors those who have made provisions for Hun in their will or named Hun as a beneficiary of other assets. 

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Alumni

Reconnect with classmates, learn how you can get involved, and stay up-to-date with current events.

Shop for Raider Gear

Show your Raider Pride with some new Hun apparel from the school store, The Hun Depot.

Parents' Association

Parents of students in grades 6-PG are invited to volunteer with the Parents' Association and attend Parent Events.