“The gift of a Brother Rice Education is made possible solely by the intentional acts of those who value its mission, have gratitude for its impact, and desire to pay it forward for those who follow.”
The spirit of Blessed Edmund was with the community of Brother Rice at the DAC on October 7, 2021! We are grateful for your support of the seventh annual Rice in the D Band of Brothers Dinner. This year’s event was an overwhelming success, with over 300 in attendance, and raised a record $530,000 for tuition assistance and the Brother Rice Endowment Fund.
The most influential people in our community are those who take the deepest interest in our next generation of leaders. This statement is at the heart of the mission of Rice in the D; alumni, dads, and friends of Brother Rice joining in fellowship to provide support for our Tuition Assistance Program and Endowment Fund, with the purpose of serving the young men who walk our halls and ensuring the strength of Brother Rice for years to come. Please accept our sincere thank you for accepting this call.
A message of gratitude from Rice in the D Event Chairman Jim Nelson ’85 and Brother Rice Endowment Board President Michael Tyranski ’84.
Brother Rice High School was very proud to honor the Class of 1986, and their four co-chairmen, Dan Allor, Tom Barnds, David Brown, and Chris Sullivan, as this year’s Edmund Rice Tuition Warrior honorees. Their pioneering support ten years ago has firmly taken root in providing a model for future endowment growth, and the renewal of their $100,000 lead gifts, as well as $100,000 to establish a named endowed fund in honor of former President John Birney ’76, were the catalyst for our record-setting evening.
Thank YOU for supporting Rice in the D!
Your generosity is the gift of possibility that enables the empowering gift of opportunity for nearly forty percent of students receiving need-based tuition assistance. In their name, thank you for the true “Spirit of Brotherhood” evident in your actions.
Please view the video of gratitude shared at the event, as a reminder of the impact you make for our Warriors with your gift to support our Tuition Assistance Program and the Endowment Fund.
Brother Rice High School is a 2020 National Blue Ribbon School and ranked the #1 Catholic High School in Michigan. A proud private educational institution located in Bloomfield Hills.