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Endowment

Gifts to endowment provide a permanent source of support for faculty salaries and benefits, financial aid for students demonstrating need, arts, athletic, and academic programs, and the long-term maintenance of our 44-acre campus. Although the specific use may vary greatly, endowment funds have a common objective: to provide support not just for one year, or even one generation, but for all generations. We welcome contributions to the funds below or gifts to establish new funds.

Facts about Harpeth Hall's Endowment 

  • Harpeth Hall's endowment was $58.1 million as of December 31, 2020.
  • The school draws four percent of a rolling three-year average of the endowment value to support expenses in the operating budget each year.
  • Creating an endowment allows donors to fulfill their own personal philanthropic goals while helping support the needs and mission of Harpeth Hall.
  • Endowments for financial aid support the school’s named scholar program administered by the Office of Admission and Financial Aid.
  • Donors may establish a permanent named endowment as a tribute to a family member, faculty member, or for the general support of Harpeth Hall.
  • Endowed funds may be named with a gift of $150,000.

Learn about our Endowed Funds

If you would like information on establishing or contributing to an endowment, email Susan Moll, Director of Advancement, or call 615-346-0087.