Trinity was blessed with the outpouring of generosity from our community throughout the Foundation for the Future Capital Campaign. Our Church and School communities came together and raised over $5 million for Canon Turner Hall (the Pink House), Bishop Polk Hall and Molly's House, the new Church youth center.
We hope to keep the Campaign’s momentum going by continuing to focus efforts on raising funds for special projects and the endowment. As of June 30, 2014, Trinity Episcopal School's endowment stood at $3.5 million.
Trinity’s endowment enables great opportunities for faculty and students. Endowed funds are designated for specific purposes such as financial assistance, teaching chairs, professional development, academic programs, athletic programs and facilities. The School will work with donors to match their philanthropic interests to a wide range of the Trinity's top priorities.
Donors make a gift to Trinity with the provision that the principal remains intact. Similar to many other institutions, Trinity's Board policy dictates that the School spends in each year's budget an amount equal to no more than 5% of a twelve-quarter rolling average of the endowment's value.
Donors may pledge to make a contribution to the Endowment over a period of several years and payments can be scheduled to meet your needs. Typically, they are completed within a five-year period. Multi-year pledges offer significant tax advantages.
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