Gifts to endowment help secure the long-term future of Stevenson.
Endowed funds have a common objective: to provide support not just for one year or even one generation, but in perpetuity. An endowed fund is a permanently invested fund from which a 4% draw is available for a designated purpose each year.
There are three ways to give to endowment:
- Make a gift to the Stevenson’s General Endowment Fund
- Make a gift to one of the established endowed funds listed below that support financial aid, faculty enrichment, and programs
- Establish a new endowment with a minimum investment of $100,000.
The Balestreri Family Scholarship Fund
Established 1998 by the Ted Balestreri family for deserving students who otherwise would not have the opportunity to attend Stevenson School.
The Patsy and Bill Brandt Endowed Scholarship Fund
Established 2001 by Andrew Dunigan '83 for the benefit of qualified students in need of financial assistance and to honor the Brandt family.
The Gage Rankin French Memorial Scholar
Established 1990 by family and friends in memory of Gage French '88 to give a deserving student the chance to experience the Stevenson community that meant so much to Gage.
The Hotchkis Scholarship Fund
Established 2001 by former parent and longtime trustee John Hotchkis through the Elizabeth Bixby Janeway Foundation to make a Stevenson education possible for deserving students with financial need.
The Jackson-Akiyama Fund
Established 1999 by trustee Michael Jackson '68 and his wife, the Rev. Diana Akiyama, to provide financial aid for deserving Stevenson students.
The Perocchi Family Scholarship
Established 2001 to benefit a qualified student affiliated with the Boys & Girls Club of Monterey County.
The Merritt-Haynes Grand for Student Achievers
Established in 1999 by the Merritt and Haynes families to fund students whose hard work allows them to take advantage of the many opportunities at Stevenson.
The Admiral Pullen Scholarship Fund
Established in 1990 in remembrance of longtime dedicated teacher Admiral Harold Pullen to support students needing financial assistance.
The Ricklefs Scholarship Fund
Established 1982 by a group of dedicated alumni in memory of founding headmaster, Robert U. Ricklefs, to support students needing financial aid.
The Coach Wilson Scholarship Fund
Established in 1993 by Coach's family as a tribute to his life and many years of service to Stevenson. The fund, which was made possible by matching grants from the WIlliam McCaskey Chapman and Adaline Dinsmore Chapman Foundation, supports students who are residents of the Monterey Peninsula.
The Colburn Family Scholarship Fund
Established in 2006 by David Colburn ’76, to support a boarding student whose family proves financial need.
The Hopkins Scholarship Endowment
Established in 2004 by Bryant Riley ’85 in memory of his friend and classmate Charles Stanford "Chuck" Hopkins, to support Stevenson's commitment to diversity and to perpetuate at the school the life of giving that Chuck clearly established for himself before his untimely death in 1986.
The Glen and Lavina Stinson Scholarship Fund
Established 2000 by Glen and Lavina Stinson to give deserving students the opportunity of a Stevenson education.
The David M. Hulme Scholarship Endowment
Established 2009 by Samuel T. Reeves in honor of his grandson, David M. Hulme ’09.
The Nathan Krissoff Endowment
Established 2007 by family and friends to perpetuate the name and memory at Stevenson of Nathan Krissoff ’99, who was killed in action in Iraq on December 9, 2006, in service to his country. The name scholar is a rising senior.
The Class Memorial Fund
Established 2009 by Allen Burnham ’66 in honor of Peter Gallo ’64 and by Todd Vaccaro ’93 in memory of Kawika Chetron ’93, Jennifer Guy ’93, Hydeus Kiatta ’93, and Amy Yoshioka ’93 to support student financial aid.
The Señora Maria Vargas Scholarship Fund
Established 2007 in honor of Señora Maria Vargas's 45 years of teaching Spanish at Stevenson.
The Alumni Council Fund
Established 2006 by Alumni Association leaders Jim Flagg ’74, Steve Zahm ’82, and Cynthia Chapman ’83 to support student financial aid.
The Frank Keith Endowed Scholar
Established in 2008 by the Dinkelspiel Family (Scott ’77 and Ross ’83) to honor Frank B. Keith for his 50 years of service to Stevenson School and, in Mr. Keith's words, "to make sure that every qualified kid who wants to go to Stevenson can."
The Caddell & Chapman Scholarship Fund
Established 2012 by parent and trustee Cynthia Chapman ’83 and her husband Michael Caddell to provide need-based financial aid for grade 9-12 students at Stevenson, this scholarship fund recognizes the important role that financial aid played in Ms. Chapman's own experience as a student at Stevenson.
The Roger W. Stephens Scholarship Fund
Established 2012 by trustee Roger W. Stephens ’77 to support recognition and financial assistance to deserving students enrolled at Stevenson's Pebble Campus who have demonstrated need for funds to meet their necessary financial expenses.
The TJ Day Scholarship
Established in 2014 by a bequest from Theodore James (T.J.) Day, Stevenson alumnus ’66, former Stevenson trustee and member of the Keck-Day family, longtime benefactors of Stevenson School.
The Read Family Scholarship
Established 2015 to provide tuition assistance assistance to an outstanding local student who could not otherwise attend Stevenson.
The Robert Aughtry Scholarship
Established 2015 by members of the Class of 1964 to honor retired teacher Robert Aughtry who had a lasting impact on their lives and to "pay it forward" to deserving students hoping to attend Stevenson.
The Henry Fairbanks Scholarship Fund
Established in 2015 by longtime Stevenson teacher of Mathematics Henry Fairbanks to provide tuition assistance to a day student at the Pebble Beach campus.
The Abercrombie Family Fund
Established 2001 by James Kinney in honor of daughter Mary K. Abercrombie and grandson John D. Abercrombie ’00.
The Don L. Dormer Coach’s Award
Established 2003 by Don ’71 and Deke ’03 Dormer, Don and Kevin ’71 McNeely, Robert Ricklefs ’59, and Roger Ricklefs ’57 in memory of Don L. Dormer, a Stevenson parent, grandparent, and former trustee.
The Edward E. Ford Foundation Fund
Established 1981 as the school’s first endowed faculty enrichment fund.
The Haynes Family Fund
Established 1990 by the Haynes family in memory of their aunt, Brenta Haynes Slater, in support of English department faculty.
The Rob Klevan Fund
Established 2002 by parent Sally Anderson and Tim Anderson ’95 to honor music teacher Rob Klevan and the school’s Fine Arts department.
The Matthew ’01 and Nathan ’05 Lorenzen Endowment Fund
Established 2005 by Julie and Lee Lorenzen.
The McMahan Family Fund
Established 1988 by the McMahan Family and the Catherine L. and Robert O. McMahan Foundation.
The John Farrell Powers Fund
Established 2004 by David and Paula Rosen and their son Oliver ’08 in honor of teacher and coach John Powers.
The Gari Ann Truscott Fund for the Carmel Campus
Established 2003 with a lead gift from Alan and Joanna Silverman to honor the former head of the Carmel Campus and support faculty enrichment at that campus.
The Wickersham Family Fund for Faculty Enrichment
Established 2001 by Grover Wickersham ’67 and Jill Wickersham.
The Sybil Fearnley Memorial Book Fund
Established 2006 by the Class of 1957 to honor the school’s first English teacher.
The Hamish Tyler Fund for the Performing Arts
Established 2001 with lead gifts from Safwat Malek and Lee Caplin families to support Dramatic Arts.
The Adelaide and Mark Hornberger ’68 Fund for the Arts
Established 2005 to promote Fine Arts.
The Larson Endowment
Established 2005 by Nancy and Bill Larson and their children Troy ’04 and Travis ’11 to support interscholastic sailing.
The Julie and Herbert J. Louis M.D. Endowment
Established 2012 by Clif and Rosella Louis to honor his parents and to support Science.
For more information how you can support these endowments, please contact:
Senior Director of Development
Ph: (831) 625-8354 or email@example.com