New York, N.Y.
Ways to Give
There are many different ways to support your community.
If you are looking for a meaningful way to support Peddie, there are many options to consider. Whether you’d like to contribute to The Peddie Fund, make a planned gift or establish an endowed fund, we can help you tailor your gift in numerous ways. Whatever your choice, your gift will make an impact on the lives of current and future generations for years to come.
I know that regardless of whether it was the $25 I gave when I first graduated from college or the more substantial amounts I continue to give as my means increase, every single dollar helps my alma mater to provide future students with the same wonderful experience I was so fortunate to have. Amir Ingram '98
Triston Francis '08 attended an impressive lineup of schools, but the journey along the way was not easy.
Ginny Bauer P'03 '05 and her family have lived through tragedy and come out intact on the other side.
Leonard and Evelyn Grossman P'99 knew that their daughter, Amy '99, was meant to be an artist.
Two Peddie leaders share how they faced challenges during an extraordinary year.
In 1959, David Mitchell '63 and his classmate Arthur Brown '63 became friends. The two forged a bond that has lasted for over 60 years and inspired Arthur and his wife, Jo, to build a legacy that will live long beyond them.
Peddie was his first stop on the road to an exuberant and authentic life.
Brothers Roger Kaufman ’52 and Herb Kaufman ’47 are Peddie loyal.
The Izzo family gives back to the digital fabrication laboratory.
Bernadette Schmidinger Brown ’01 wants students to "experience this incredible school."
Stephen Toadvine's '48 arrival at Peddie in 1945 was the result of a series of events that would change his life.
M.A., New York University
M.B.A., Johnson and Wales University