Saint Martin’s Endowment
Saint Martin’s Endowment was incorporated in 1996 as a nonprofit corporation operated for religious, charitable and educational purposes. In 2011, the St. Martin’s Foundation was merged with the Endowment. The mission of this corporation is to provide a means by which parishioners may financially support the Church now and in the future to meet needs that cannot be met by the operating budget and to provide additional support to the many outreach projects this Parish undertakes. Saint Martin’s Endowment is a Type 1 supporting organization within Section 509 (a) (3) of the IRS Code.
The Saint Martin’s Endowment offers specifically designated and perpetual giving opportunities to benefit campus ministries and programs that further the mission of the Church. Endowed naming opportunities for maintenance and support are available for gifts of $50,000 or more within a variety of areas of the Church. Some areas are the Youth Center, Hope and Healing Center, Activity Center, Bagby Parish Hall, Cloister Garden, Library, Youth Mission Trips, Music, Choir, Christian Educational Speakers and Family Ministries. Gifts to the Endowment designated to the Church help to ensure the long term stability of the ever growing St. Martin’s Parish.
Saint Martin’s Endowment Board of Trustees 2017
Mrs. Sheila Mayfield, President
Mrs. Susan Lawhon Padon, Vice-President
Mr. Ed Neuhaus, Treasurer
Mr. Jim Chandler, Assistant Treasurer
Win Colbert, Secretary
Mr. Scott Anderson
Mr. Mitch Cox
Mr. Henry Gissel, Jr.
Mr. Ira Green
Mrs. Flo McGee
Mr. Ber Pieper
Mrs. Ginya Trier
Mr. Dale Cheesman, Senior Warden
Mr. George Francisco, Vestry Treasurer
Sally Bell Rutherford, Missions Chair
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