St. Mark’s Episcopal Church Foundation, Inc. is a not-for-profit corporation established for the purpose of providing financial support, development and expansion of St. Mark’s Episcopal Church and its ministries, including St. Mark’s Episcopal Day School.
The Foundation manages separate endowment funds for the Church and the Day School. Separate investment advisory committees and investment policies guide the management of these funds. Funds for the Church and Day School include a General Endowment Fund for each and multiple donor-designated funds for each.
Support from the Foundation meets needs which annual stewardship alone does not meet. The St. Mark’s community aspires, on an annual basis, to give abundantly, practice wise stewardship and share its resources with others.
The 1922 Society recognizes people who have remembered St. Mark’s Episcopal Church through an outright gift of $500+ or a documented Planned Gift (in your will or estate plans) to the St. Mark’s Episcopal Church Foundation. One of the goals under the 2022 Strategic Plan is to promote inspired and increased giving. To help achieve this objective, the Foundation has set a goal of growing the Church general endowment to $5 million by 2022. These funds, when invested, will provide income to supplement the annual operating budget of the Church.
If you would like to acknowledge the value St. Mark’s has had in your life and help support ministries for years to come, please consider a gift to the St. Mark’s Episcopal Church Foundation.
George Egan, Chairman
Greg DeVino, Treasurer
Denise M. Hudmon, Secretary
Rev. Thomas P. Murray, Rector
John D. Baker II
Franklin R. Beard
H. Bradford Berg
W. Robinson Frazier
Theodore Ronald Hainline, Jr.
E. Cobb Harbeson
Hugh M. Magevney III
Nicholas Pulignano, Jr.
J. Frank Surface
Bill Fannin, Senior Warden
Barbara Stevenson, Junior Warden
Alex Graham, School Board Chairman