Many members of the Paideia community choose to establish or contribute to an endowed fund, creating a lasting legacy. The income from the endowment provides ongoing support to the donor's chosen priority.
The Paideia Endowment is the financial bedrock that provides both stability and flexibility for Paideia. The Paideia Endowment Board, chaired by Sally Dean, invests endowed funds and uses a portion of the income for the purpose the donor specifies, while the remainder is reinvested in the fund to keep pace with inflation.
Endowed funds can be unrestricted, providing a permanent revenue stream or designated for a wide range of purposes, including financial aid or academic programs; and maintenance of facilities.
Endowments of at least $100,000 may be named for the donor and/or someone a donor wishes to honor or memorialize.