Endowment and Planned Giving

Endowment Giving

The general endowment provides a permanent source of income that supplements tuition and philanthropic revenue. Endowment funds can enhance the educational program, support faculty compensation and professional development, increase financial aid and provide financial stability in times of economic uncertainty.

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  • Emily Huffman McLeod

    Emily Huffman McLeod Scholarship Fund

    This scholarship is named in honor of Emily McLeod for her service to Trinity. This fund supports the enrollment of talented students for whom a Trinity education would be financially challenging.

    Emily, who retired as Director of Admission in 2013 after more than 25 years at Trinity, exemplified warmth, welcome, integrity and character and worked tirelessly to bring the best possible students to Trinity.

    Friends, family, educators, former students and grateful parents have made gifts to Trinity to build this fund, and to say “thank you” to honor this consummate professional who has done so much for so many.
  • Ann Randolph Jonas Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship is named in memory of Ann Jonas ’97, a devoted art student at Trinity, who passed away on June 30, 2005. This endowed scholarship is awarded annually to a graduating senior demonstrating a promising future in the arts.


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  • Photo of Alyssa McBride

    Alyssa McBride 

    Director of Development & Alumni Relations
    (804) 327-3154
  • Photo of Sarah Herbert

    Sarah Herbert 

    Assistant Director of Development & Alumni Relations
  • Photo of Sam Mickens

    Sam Mickens 

    Leadership Gifts Officer, Head Football Coach
    (804) 327-3153

Planned Giving

As you plan for your future and your family’s future, you may wish to include Trinity Episcopal School in your plans.

Planned gifts help secure the long-term health of the school, while offering significant tax benefits to the donor. In addition, you may be able to receive an income for life or a term of years or income for a second beneficiary, perhaps your spouse, child or grandchild.

Benefits to you and your family:
  • Generate income for you and your loved ones for the rest of your life
  • Create or enhance income tax and estate tax deductions
  • Avoid capital gains on securities or real estate
  • Provide diversified investments

There are Gifts to Meet Every Income Level

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Please consult your financial advisor for information about planned giving options for your circumstances and charitable goals.