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Endowment and Special Funds

The Peck School is grateful to the many individuals who have established funding, meeting an array of needs including financial aid, faculty development, and academic scholarship. The donors who have created and support these funds provide tangible enhancements for those in the Peck community on a daily basis.  

If you are interested in establishing a fund to honor an individual, support an initiative, or create an opportunity, please call Sarah Quinn Clausen at 973-539-8660 x 113.

List of 4 items.

  • Community Connections and Belonging Endowment

    The Peck School’s Community and Belonging Endowment Fund was established in the spring of 2021 to support Peck’s ongoing diversity work and efforts to create a culture of inclusion and belonging for all Peck students, families, and faculty and staff — past, present, and future. The endowment fund supports the school’s overall efforts toward these goals, which include, but are not limited to, a full-time director position, professional development, programming, and financial aid.
  • Faculty Development and Teaching Excellence

    • The Ben Alexander Faculty Enrichment Fund
    • The David M.C. Ju Faculty Development Fund
    • The Disciplina Ad Vivendum Award for Teaching Excellence
    • The Faculty/Staff Award for Community Connections
    • The Faculty/Staff Enrichment & Renewal Fund
    • The Jockey Hollow Fund for Professional Development
    • The Norman B. Tomlinson Jr. Fund for Faculty Excellence
    • The Peck Faculty Retention and Recruitment Fund
    • The Peck School Family Fund
    • The Walker D. Kirby Faculty Award Fund
  • Character Education

    • The Deetjen Family Fund
    • The Robin Ross Fund
  • Scholarships

    • The Kirby Scholars
    • The Laura Ferenbach Scholarship Fund
    • The Meerwarth Fund
    • The Ross Family Scholar Program



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