The Episcopal Fund

Please join us by making a gift in support of The Episcopal Fund and help continue Episcopal's tradition of excellence.

The Episcopal Fund is the number one fundraising priority of The Episcopal Academy. It provides faculty with materials, technology, and professional development for top-notch classrooms, while supporting the programs and experiences that make a meaningful impact on Episcopal's students.

Make a gift.

Gifts of every size make a difference to EA students and faculty. Give today by making your gift online on desktop or mobile.

The Advocate Council

Gifts of $1,785 or more qualify you to become a member of the Advocate Council. As an Advocate Council member you are:

  • One of the leading donors to Episcopal.
  • Listed among our other leadership donors in a prominent section of the Annual Report.
  • Invited to the Advocate Council reception in October that is hosted by T.J. and Lauren Locke.
Break your gift up into manageable installments with a monthly gift on your credit card. Click here to learn how.

Giving Society
Gift Amount
Aurora Vesper
$50,000 or above
Greville Haslam
Esse Quam Videri


Jay Sherrerd '47









1999-2003: $1,000

2004-2009: $500

2010-2014: $250

2015-2019: $100

Episcopal relies on alumni and parent volunteers to contact classmates and families on behalf of The Episcopal Fund. Raising the bar each year, Episcopal's volunteers are vital to the success of The Episcopal Fund.

Class Agents: Alumni & Parents

The class agent is a key volunteer role for Episcopal. As a class agent for your class, you serve as the primary personal contact between the School and alumni or parents.

Class agents are expected to:

  • Lead by example. Make a gift to The Episcopal Fund.
  • Serve as a liaison between your class and the Annual Giving office.
  • Solicit classmates/parent assignments for their gifts to The Episcopal Fund.
  • Encourage participation!

Many gifts to Episcopal are doubled or even tripled because corporations and foundations match gifts to educational facilities made by their employees, retirees, and directors.

If your company or your spouse's company participates in a matching gift program, please obtain the matching gift form from your employer and mail it with your gift or pledge payment to the Office of Institutional Advancement.

Episcopal will certify receipt of the gift and return the form to the company. Episcopal credits the individual donor for the total gift. In fact, you can use your matching gift to increase your gift to qualify for the Advocate Council.

Nikki Torchon

Associate Director of Annual Giving