This year the Class of 1943 celebrates its 75th Trinity School Reunion!
To mark this milestone, we have launched our 2018 Reunion gift effort and invite all alumni celebrating Reunion this year to participate in support of the Trinity Fund and the Reunion Initiative for Financial Aid Endowment.
Your gift has an immediate and lasting impact on our school and helps ensure the most promising students, regardless of financial background, will always have access to a high-quality Trinity education Trinity.
Please join us by making a gift in honor of the Class of 1943. We hope to see you at Reunion!
All the best,
Edward Griffin Alumni Relations Director
REUNION INITIATIVE FOR FINANCIAL AID ENDOWMENT
This year Trinity School is launching the Reunion Initiative for Financial Aid Endowment, which will provide crucial support for one of our school’s most significant commitments - ensuring that all qualified students, regardless of financial background, have access to a high-quality Trinity education.
Trinity has a rich tradition, going back to 1709, of providing an exceptional education for students from diverse backgrounds. Nevertheless, funding is limited and Trinity’s endowment remains one of the smallest when compared to its peer schools.
ENDOWMENT COMPARISON (as of 12/31/16) OF NYC SCHOOLS*
*Schools include Brearley, Browning, Chapin, Collegiate, Dalton, Nightingale-Bamford, Spence.
Trinity’s endowment includes restricted and unrestricted funds and supports the School’s operating budget, faculty compensation and professional development, various academic initiatives and Trinity’s commitment to student financial aid.
Almost 30% of the School’s endowment is earmarked for student aid and approximately 20% of Trinity’s student population receives some financial aid. The Reunion Initiative for Financial Aid Endowment aims toincrease the total amount of financial aid endowment dollars available to our families, so we can impact a greater number of students.
Alumni are being asked to consider a Reunion Gift that incorporates support for the Trinity Fund and the Financial Aid Endowment. Commitments can be fulfilled over time – up to five (5) years.
Visit your Class Page to see the goal for your class and who has already made a commitment. Every gift counts toward alumni participation and has a significant impact on students’ experience today and for generations to come.
For questions regarding this initiative or your gift, please contact Edward Griffin, Trinity's Alumni Director, at 212-932-6989 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Make your pledge or gift today and join the list of alumni from the Classes of 1943, 1948, 1953, 1958, & 1963 below!
Anonymous Henry Darlington Jr. '43 Philip C. Dennen '43 John S. Luckstone '48 Edward L. Babington '53 H. Bartlett Vincent Jr. '53 J. Alexander Davidson Jr. '58 Paul J. Kerz '58 Jan A. Maas '58 Lawrence H. Nagler, Esq. '58 William F. Sommerfeld '58 John F. Werner '58 Ralph P. Aufheimer '63 Henry I. Blumberg '63 John R. Born '63 Brian H. Egan '63 Anthony M. Helies '63 James B. Hicks '63 Henry M. Sondheimer '63 Charles C. Walden '63
Located on Upper West Side of New York City, Trinity School is a college preparatory, coeducational independent school for grades K-12. Since 1709, Trinity has provided a world-class education to its students with rigorous academics and outstanding programs in athletics, the arts, peer leadership, and global travel.