On the heels of winning the state relay championships last month, the girls take the overall state title as well, the program's first in eight years.
The Pingry Fund
The Pingry Fund, our annual giving program, plays a critical role in supporting the School’s annual operating budget and is immediately used during the school year. Pingry Fund gifts impact every aspect of a Pingry education, including the retention of and professional growth opportunities for our faculty, installation of new technology, enhancements to the fine and visual arts programs, resources for athletic teams, and financial aid for current students.
YOUR GIFT TO THE PINGRY FUND CAN BE DIRECTED TO ONE OF SIX AREAS:
Holland (Sunyak) Francisco '02
Director of Alumni Relations & Annual Giving
908-647-5555 ext. 1284
Associate Director of The Pingry Fund
908-647-5555 ext. 1268
Associate Director of The Parent Fund
908-647-5555 ext. 1270
The Pingry Fund operates from July 1 - June 30. The School relies on the entire Pingry community to make a gift each and every year, and measures parent and alumni participation through gifts to The Pingry Fund.
"As the parents of two Pingry students, Lindsey ’18 and Ian ’20, my wife, Karen, and I have seen firsthand how essential The Pingry Fund is to realizing the School’s mission and providing wonderful opportunities for our children. We make a Pingry Fund gift each year to demonstrate our appreciation for the exceptional education our children receive. I hope you will join us in making a contribution to the Fund. Your participation is essential to the continued excellence of a Pingry education, and we are counting on your support."
-Craig Larson P'18, '20
Chair, The Pingry Fund
NAMED FOR THE YEAR OF THE FOUNDING OF THE PINGRY SCHOOL, THE SOCIETY HONORS THOSE WHO SUPPORT THE SCHOOL WITH AN ESPECIALLY STRONG FINANCIAL GIFT AND WHO CONTINUE TO PROVIDE THE SCHOOL WITH A STRONG FINANCIAL FOUNDATION. MEMBERS OF THE 1861 LEADERSHIP SOCIETY ENJOY INVITATIONS TO SPECIAL PROGRAMS AND EVENTS. DONORS WHO MAKE A GIFT AT ONE OF THE 1861 LEADERSHIP SOCIETY LEVELS BELOW WILL BE LISTED IN THE ANNUAL REPORT IN THAT SPECIFIC CATEGORY AS WELL AS IN THEIR CLASS LIST:
- The Headmaster’s Circle $25,000 and above: This highest level of giving honors our 15 visionary leaders who have all supported the Pingry mission of excellence and honor: John F. Pingry (1861-1892), William H. Corbin (1892-1897), Frank H. Robson (1897-1899), Walter R. Marsh (1899-1907), S. Archibald Smith (1907-1915), David Magie (1915-1917), C. Mitchell Froelicher (1917-1920), C. Bertram Newton (1920-1936), E. Laurence Springer (1936-1961), Charles B. Atwater (1961-1970), H. Westcott Cunningham ’39 (1970-1980), David C. Wilson ’59 (1980-1987), John Hanly (1987-2000), John Neiswender (2000-2005), and Nathaniel E. Conard (2005-present).
- The John F. Pingry Society $20,000 – $24,999
- The Master’s Circle $15,000 – $19,999
- The Reverentia Associates $10,000 – $14,999
- The Honor Council $5,000 – $9,999
- The Magistri Fellows $2,500 – $4,999
- The Founder’s Society $1,861 – $2,499
- The Scholars’ Club $1,000 – $1,860
THE SCLS RECOGNIZES THE GENEROUS YOUNG ALUMNI BUILDING THE NEXT GENERATION OF LEADERSHIP WITH A PINGRY FUND GIFT THAT MEETS THE FOLLOWING CRITERIA:
- Classes of 2012-2016:$100 and above
- Classes of 2007-2011: $240 and above
- Classes of 2002-2006: $360 and above
SCLS members enjoy access to special networking, professional development, and social programs and events throughout the year.