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Endowment

Faculty Funds

The Connelly Foundation Endowment Fund for Faculty Enrichment
Established through a generous grant by the Connelly Foundation in 1996, this fund is for the promotion of professional growth and enrichment of Baldwin’s faculty.

The Edward E. Ford Foundation Fund for Faculty Salaries
This fund was created through a grant from Edward E. Ford Foundation in 1978 to support faculty salaries.

The Edward E. Ford Foundation Fund for Upper School Faculty Professional Growth
The Edward E. Ford Foundation Fund for Upper School Faculty Professional Growth was established in 1988 by a grant from the Edward E. Ford Foundation. The fund provides faculty with training and information necessary in handling counseling, teenage social problems, global education and women's studies.

Susan Gillick Fund
This fund was established in 1996 by the family of Susan Gillick, a supporter of the theater. The income from this fund will benefit the Drama department.

The Louise F. Hutchinson Memorial Fund
Established in 1964 by Edward P. Hutchinson to honor the memory of his wife, Louise F. Hutchinson, who was head of the math department for many years at Baldwin. The income from the fund is to benefit the math department.

The Lois Pressman Sabbatical Fund
The Lois Pressman Sabbatical Fund was created in 2015 to honor Lois Pressman, teacher and administrator at the Baldwin School from 1976 to 2014. It honors her wholehearted commitment to her students, whom she inspired inside the classroom and out, and to the faculty, for whom she was a source of encouragement and guidance. At the heart of this fund is her deep belief that teachers need and deserve opportunities to broaden their horizons. This fund supports sabbatical excursions for intellectual or academic pursuit.

The Marjorie Lindsay Reed '39 Fund for Excellence in Teaching
This annual faculty fellowship was created by Marjorie Reed ’39, to assist the school in securing and furthering its exceptional environment for learning by recognizing and supporting an outstanding teacher each year. Faculty fellows are selected each year for the award based upon their dynamic involvement in their disciplines and with their students. Because Baldwin believes in the importance of having extraordinary teachers from pre-K through 12th grade, awardees may teach at any grade level.

The Anne Shoemaker Fund for Faculty Summer Enrichment
This fund was established in 1981 in honor of fifth Head of School, Anne Shoemaker, to underwrite yearly grants for faculty renewal. These awards are to be used for personal enrichment for the refreshment of self and spirit. More than 50 members of our faculty and staff have received this award throughout the years.

The Elisabeth Klebanoff '80 Memorial Fund for English Faculty Enrichment
The Elisabeth Klebanoff ‘80 Memorial Fund for English Faculty Enrichment was established in 2002 to honor the memory of Elisabeth Klebanoff ’80. Income from the fund will support Baldwin’s English department faculty in attending seminars, bringing in guest authors/speakers, and purchasing special programming to enrich student learning. The fund will exist in perpetuity, remembering Elisabeth and assisting Baldwin’s excellent faculty in nurturing the success of future Baldwin students.
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