The 2012-2013 Pingry Annual Report on Giving
I am pleased to tell you that our 2012-2013 Annual Report on Giving is now available online by clicking here. This year’s theme, the “Lasting Impact of Giving,” is evident throughout the report and throughout our Pingry classrooms and hallways every single day.
At Convocation this fall, Headmaster Nat Conard recognized the cumulative tenure of our current Magistri faculty: 28 faculty members representing 940 combined years at Pingry. That is an impressive and somewhat daunting number—particularly for those of us who are still in our first decade at Pingry! However, it shows that our faculty’s commitment to the Pingry mission is just as strong today as it was 152 years ago when Dr. Pingry first opened the doors of this wonderful school. Our Magistri faculty have made a lasting impact on their students and colleagues over the last half-century, and all of us—parents, alumni, students, faculty, and staff—continue to benefit from their contributions to Pingry.
Just as these teachers influence daily life at Pingry, so does your gift. Pingry was founded on the generosity of others, and since then every campus, building, playing field, and garden has been provided by the generosity of others. All members of the Pingry community who make a gift today continue the legacy that others before them created for future generations. Philanthropy is truly a powerful and important part of Pingry’s history and future.
THANK YOU for your support of Pingry through your generous gift. You are among the generations of dedicated men and women who have committed themselves to ensuring that Pingry provides a first-rate education for its students. All gifts and pledges—regardless of size, designation, or duration—are important to meeting our annual and long-term fundraising goals. In 2012-2013, you collectively donated $11,571,814 to Pingry in support of our operating needs, capital projects, academic programs, and the endowment—all of which are critical to enhancing Pingry’s mission.
Thank you for being a part of our community!
Melanie P. Hoffmann P ’20, ’26
Director of Institutional Advancement