GivingThrough the University’s Together for Rochester Campaign, the Warner School is focused on Equity and Access initiatives and our focus is centered on our students and those we help through our Horizons program, our Center for Urban Education Success, our Center for Disability and Education program, and our Scholarship programs.The impact of the pandemic has cast a revealing light on the disparities that exist across society. The education inequities experienced by vulnerable youth living in under-resourced urban and rural communities are among the most upsetting of these imbalances. Now, more than ever, we need to attract exceptional individuals to the teaching, counseling and school leadership professions – individuals who can take on the extraordinary challenges posed by recent events and the effects of these challenges that will be felt for many years.Your support of the initiatives above can make the difference in the Warner School’s ability to enroll, inspire, and deploy a vibrant community of education professionals who are deeply engaged in the art, science, and practice of advancing leaders and knowledge in the field and truly caring for the communities they serve. Please join us in this important effort! Explore Alumni & friends Giving National Council Alumni services Distinguished Award Make a gift Quickly, conveniently, and securely make your online donation to the Warner School.If you would prefer to mail your gift, please send it to:Larry and Cindy Bloch Alumni and Advancement CenterWarner School of Education and Human DevelopmentUniversity of Rochester300 E. River Road Box 270426 Rochester, NY 14627-0425 Planned Giving Visit the Office of Trusts and Estates to learn more about planned giving. You will find a wealth of information on gift planning, bequests, gifts of stock or other assets, and donor advised funds. If you want to make an investment in the education and the work of faculty and students in the education fields, please remember to specify the Warner School of Education and Human Development in your estate documents.