Giving to RUSMP
The RUSMP approach is founded on the belief that sustained instructional changes can best be supported through the development of professionalism among teachers and the creation of a network of teachers.
RUSMP's overarching goal is to improve the teaching and learning of mathematics. Over 10,000 teachers and over 6,000 students have benefited from RUSMP programs since 1987. Read more about RUSMP's impact here.
Or you can learn more about RUSMP's work by viewing this video created in honor of its 25th anniversary.
RUSMP is funded solely by gifts, grants, and fees-for-service from schools, districts, and collaborators. We invite you to support RUSMP. Your gift will help fund:
- Scholarships for teachers to attend RUSMP summer and academic-year programs
- RUSMP activities, initiatives, and programs
- Research at RUSMP
- The RUSMP endowment fund.
Rice University is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization qualified to receive deductible contributions. Tax Identification Number 74-1109620-3. Thank you for helping support our mission to invest in our community of teachers and students.
For more information about RUSMP, contact Richard Parr, Executive Director.
Office phone: 713.348.6306
Ways to Give
1. Click here.
2. Fill out the online form.
3. Under Gift Information, choose “Other” from the "Designation" pull-down menu.
4. Then copy and paste ‘RUSMP (G81187)’ in the “Special Instructions” box. This will ensure that your entire donation is directed to RUSMP.
Please call Lilly Bonner, Project Administrator at 713.348.6050, and she can faciliate the giving process, taking your information by phone.
Please make your check payable to "Rice University School Mathematics Project" and mail to the address below. This will ensure that your entire donation is received by RUSMP.
Rice University, MS 172
P.O. Box 1892
For more information about giving to RUSMP, contact Allison Frost, Director of Development, Wiess School of Natural Sciences, Rice University.
Email: email@example.com Office phone: 713.348.4268
Each gift received will be acknowledged by RUSMP, and a separate receipt will be sent by the Rice University Resource Development office.