Trustee Phil Gillespie and Dr. Daniel Randall P’22,’25 have made an extraordinary contribution to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) at Governor’s by establishing the first endowed fund in support of DEI work at Govs. With a vision encompassing the entire Govs family, Gillespie and Randall aim to involve teachers, staff, students, and parents.
We're deeply grateful to the over 4,000 members of the Govs community who have given to this campaign. With every gift, of any size, our story expands and deepens.
Jeff Taft ’85 recently contributed a gift to one of the Academy’s greatest needs: endowment for financial aid. “Endowed financial aid is critical for Govs. With a competitive financial aid offering, the school is able to accept the best and brightest students, those who are interested, engaged, and will contribute to the community, regardless of their ability to afford tuition.”
Sridhar Bogelli and Sowjanya Velchala P ’23 are the proud parents of recent graduate Lakshmi Bogelli ’23. They are also enthusiastic supporters of The Governor’s Fund, the Academy’s annual giving program and a cornerstone of the With True Courage campaign. Together they recognize that by supporting The Governor’s Fund, they are doing their part to support all aspects of the Govs experience, not just for Lakshmi, but for the entire student body.
1763 SocietyThe Academy was founded in 1763 by the bequest of Governor William Dummer of his family's farmland. The 1763 Leadership Society recognizes all donors who contribute $1,763 or more in a single fiscal year.
Schoolhouse SocietyThe doors of the Little Red Schoolhouse opened under Master Samuel Moody, the school's first headmaster, in 1763. Moody was known for his philosophy of education, which strayed from the norm of the day. Instead of insisting on silence in the classroom, which he thought could be more distracting than noise, he encouraged his students to study aloud. The Schoolhouse Society recognizes those who have put Governor's in their estate plans.
Phillips SocietyThe Phillips Society recognizes those who have demonstrated their loyalty to the Academy by donating to our school for two or more consecutive years.
Cardinal & White ClubOur youngest alumni inspire us not only with their burgeoning philanthropy, but with their loyalty. The Cardinal & White Club recognizes graduates of the last decade who have given for two or more consecutive years, or who contribute $100 or more in a single fiscal year to any fund.
Milestone SocietyThe Academy is proud to honor those individuals and families whose generosity has profoundly impacted the Academy's direction and progress throughout its history. The Milestone Society recognizes donors who have made fully-funded gifts of $250,000 or more in their lifetime.