Capital & Endowed Giving

Maintaining the distinctive qualities that define Trinity-Pawling, and keeping it strong for the future, requires substantial resources. Making a capital or endowment gift to the School provides a stable and flexible financial foundation upon which the School can flourish while grounding its place as a leading educational institution.  

Capital and endowed gifts may be unrestricted or designated by the donor for use in support of specific programs, initiatives, or construction and renovation projects. The Office of Advancement collaborates with Trinity-Pawling’s alumni, parents, and friends to match their interests with the needs of the School.

Establishing an Endowed Fund

Gifts of any amount may be directed toward an already existing endowed fund, or you may establish a new endowed fund. Endowed funds may be established with gifts of cash or stock, through pledges to complete funding over several years, or through planned gifts. Families may also join resources to create an endowed fund, allowing their gifts to have a greater impact and creating unique multi-generational ties to the school. These funds can be named for the donor or for whomever the donor wishes to recognize and honor with a gift of $50,000 or more.

Financial Aid

Endowed scholarships allow Trinity-Pawling to yield the best students from around the world.

Faculty Funds

Endowed faculty funds allow Trinity-Pawling to attract and retain top faculty.

Capital Projects

Capital gifts enable the School to build and maintain a top-notch campus.

I give to the School because it had a tremendous impact on my personal and academic life. Trinity-Pawling rewards effort, and sustained effort towards a goal brings positive results.Luke Nelligan ’81

Questions? Reach Out!

To learn more about capital and endowed giving to Trinity-Pawling, please reach out to:

Elly Erickson
Director of Advancement