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The endowment at Cannon School builds the foundation for long- term stability and success, and is a critical source of income. The endowment allows the School to enhance its educational programming, attract and retain dynamic faculty members, and provide a permanent source of income that allows Cannon to fulfill its commitment to academic excellence.Through an endowed gift, a donor may provide future generations with the exceptional experience of a Cannon education. 

An individual or family may choose to establish a named fund that will support an area of the school that is  most important to them and their family, support Cannon's general endowment, or support an existing endowed fund. The principal from these funds is held in perpetuity and invested for long-term growth.

Support an Endowed Fund

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Endowment History

Cannon's Existing Endowments:

John Riley

The John Riley Endowed Fund for Science, Service, and Travel was established in 2019 in memory of Mr. Riley, who served as Cannon's Middle School science teacher from 2002 - 2019.

Matt Gossage

Matt Gossage, Cannon's sixth Head of School, is the namesake of two endowed funds established in his honor.

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Your gift enriches the Cannon experience for every student by providing updated and expanded student programs in each division and by providing professional development opportunities for our talented faculty and staff.

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The Corporate Partnership program offers businesses multiple ways to reach the Cannon School community and beyond while supporting the school’s enduring commitment to educational excellence.

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Cannon School’s endowment builds the foundation for long- term stability and success.

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Learn about previous Capital Campaigns and how you can get information about current projects.

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There are many ways to make a gift to Cannon School. Choose the method that works best for you.

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