New Endowed Funds
Below is a list of the new endowed funds at Trinity-Pawling. View a complete list of endowed funds in our most recent Annual Report.
- Robert S. Crompton ’81 Memorial Scholarship Fund
- The Daniels' Family Endowed Scholarship Fund
- Joseph B. McElligott IV ’02 Scholarship Fund
- Temple Family Endowed Scholarship Fund
- Jean F. Webb IV ’54 Scholarship Fund
- Class of 1967 Scholarship Fund
- Class of 1968 Scholarship Fund
- Philip C. Haughey ’53 Endowed Scholarship
The Daniels' Family Endowed Scholarship Fund
Established in 2017 by Christopher M. Ambrose '80. This fund honors and recognizes the John Chase Daniels Family for their support and thoughtfulness during Christopher's time as a Trinity-Pawling student. This Fund celebrates Char and John Daniels '48, P'81 and their children, Fred, Mark, and Melinda '81. Income from the Fund is to provide financial assistance with preference to deserving students in the Language through Enrichment, Analysis, & Development (LEAD) Program.
Phillip C. Haughey ’53 Endowed Scholarship
Established September 2017 through the generosity of Margaret M. and Phillip C. Haughey ’53. In recognition of the Phillip C. Haughey ’53 Three (Tri) Varsity Sport Award, established by the School in 2011 and named in honor of Phillip C. Haughey ’53, preference will be given to students who demonstrate academic excellence and financial need with preference toward a three (tri) varsity athlete.
MacGregor Robinson Endowed Chair for Mentoring
Established in 2017 in honor of MacGregor Robinson, this fund supports professional growth to develop mentoring skills for faculty and will specifically recognize educators at Trinity-Pawling who have demonstrated excellence in mentoring.
This fund is named for MacGregor Robinson (1964 – 2017), one of Trinity-Pawling's most committed and generous educators. His life’s work was built upon the awareness that mentoring is one of the most meaningful gifts an educator can provide his or her students. He excelled in that role because he was blessed with many caring role models throughout his life.
It was MacGregor’s ambition to create a program at Trinity-Pawling that would be dedicated toward nurturing the mentoring skills of our faculty and staff as a means to further distinguish the School. This endowed chair was his vision and what he was working on in his final days. In honor of MacGregor, donations may be made to this endowed fund or as a memorial gift to the Trinity-Pawling Fund.