The Weber School’s endowment is comprised of separately named endowed funds. Each fund serves as an enduring tribute to the person/s in whose name the fund is established, and as a way to endorse and support the school on a permanent basis. Gifts to an endowed fund are not spent, but rather, they are invested, with only a portion of the fund’s growth used each year to support its stated purpose. In this way, endowments provide a perpetual stream of income and support the School’s long-term stability.
If you are interested or have questions about establishing and naming an endowed fund at The Weber School, either through a current gift or a legacy gift, please contact Paul Ginburg, Chief Advancement Officer.
"The Jewish people have long relied on the enterprise of education. Great Jewish schools – those that promote a culture of study, with rich content and critical discussion of great ideas – have enabled the Jewish people to survive and thrive during times of triumph and tragedy. As Weber students face the opportunities and challenges of current times, we must ensure that our school offers them an environment and culture where they can cultivate the wisdom, critical thinking and ethical judgment that will empower them to change the world."