Giving

Endowment

Funds

List of 5 items.

  • Scholarship Funds

    • Alumni Financial Aid Fund
    • Barbara H. Ryan Fund
    • Billie Walters Memorial Fund
    • Dorothy Dorsa Porter Scholarship Fund
    • Faculty Recognition Scholarship Funds
    • The Lewis Lagniappe Fund for Students
    • Gustaf Westfeldt, Jr. Award
    • Rigdon Family Scholarship Fund
    • Ruth U. Fertel Foundation Scholarship Fund
    • Tad Huber Memorial Scholarship Fund
    • W. Brooks Emory Scholarship Fund
  • Education Purpose Funds

    • Christian Life Fund
    • Michael Edward Wanek Lectures for Faculty and Family Enrichment Fund
  • Unrestricted Funds

    • Family Endowment
    • Green Acres Fund
    • Tony Porter Memorial
  • Award Funds

    • Audrey B. Michaud Scholarship Fund *
    • Belle Johnson Scholars Foundation *
    • Godiwala Fellowship for Innovation in Education
    • Haring Road Fund
    • Mildred Ellis Herron Fund
    • Moseley Fund
    • Reisch Teacher Fund
    *Are not housed within the St. Martin's Family Endowment.
  • Plant Funds

    • Haring Road Fund 

The St. Martin's Family Endowment

Over the years, St. Martin’s has received gifts from donors to the school’s Endowment for specific purposes such as scholarships, faculty professional development, student aid, Episcopal identity, academics, and more.

In order to ensure St. Martin’s future and guarantee its continued excellence, gifts to the endowment are essential.

St. Martin’s Endowment includes the restricted and unrestricted funds outlined below. The school’s goal is to continue to increase the size of the Endowment through additional scholarship funds, special purpose funds, and planned gifts. Please contact the Development Office at (504) 736-9960 for more information.

St. Martin's Board of Trustees Faculty Recognition Scholarship Fund

This scholarship was established in May 2007 by St. Martin’s Board of Trustees as special recognition for the long service of certain retiring faculty members. Proceeds from the fund are awarded to students based on academic merit and financial need.