Marion Shriver Abell Fund commemorates Marion, a former Jemicy language tutor, and her commitment to children with dyslexia. The fund was created in 1997 by her mother, sisters, and husband.
Ades Family Fund was established in 1992 by the Ades Family (parents Renée and Stanton and children Stefan ’94 and Jonathan ‘93) to assist Jewish students from families with demonstrated need.
The Lenny And Karen Chasen Financial Aid Endowment Fund
Established by Karen Chasen, in memory of her husband, Leonard (Lenny), and in honor of her grandson, Jack Weinberg. This fund provides financial aid, so children who need assistance will be able to get to tools to succeed in school and in life.
Kristen Chencus Memorial Fund, established in 2009 by Kristen's parents, sister, and brother-in-law, honors Kristen's dedication to her students and colleagues. Kristen was a much-beloved language teacher who passed away suddenly and tragically.
Joe Chidester Memorial Fund, established in in 2000, honors a beloved science teacher and friend to all; he impacted the lives of hundreds. Joe, a former engineer with Northrop Grumman, was a founding faculty member known as “the wizard.”
Dunn Family Fund was established in 2004 by Pierce Dunn and Lee Hoyt in honor of their son Connor ’06 and the faculty and staff that made a difference in Connor’s life.
Evan Fleischer Memorial Fund was established in 2007 in memory of Evan '94 by his parents, family, classmates, and friends. Evan, a graduate of American University and the Culinary Institute of America, was funny and vivacious and always remained connected with Jemicy.
Glen Island Fund was established anonymously in 1997.
Francis Goelet Financial Aid Fund was established in 2000 by the Francis Goelet Charitable Lead Trusts.
Mary Brooke Godine Memorial Fund was established by her parents, Doug and Ellen Godine, in 1998. This fund honors the memory of Brooke '78 who passed away in 1998, at the age of 34, after a brief illness.
Jane Lochary Memorial Fund was created by Jemicy in 2003 in memory of Jane, a dedicated parent volunteer and mother of Erin ’06.
The Cody Miller Financial Aid Endowment Fund
Established by the Schluderberg Foundation in honor of Cody Miller, a Jemicy student, this fund provides financial aid to qualified families.
Elizabeth E. Mueller Memorial Fund was created in 1999 by trustees of the estate of Elizabeth E. Mueller.
Naumberg Family Financial Aid Fund was established in 1999 by Eric Naumberg and Rebecca Zeligman and their children, Gordon ’99 and Emily ’02.
T. R. O'Farrell III Memorial Fund honors T.R. '97 who passed away in 1993 while a student at Jemicy. The fund was established by his parents, Roma Zimmerman and Thomas O’Farrell.
Harryette C. Offit Memorial Tutoring Program, established in 2005 by husband Saul Offitt, friends, and family, provides financial aid in two areas: for tutoring services offered through Jemicy Professional Outreach, and for Camp Jemicy families with proven need.
Joyce Rocklin Packer Memorial Fund was created in 1999 by Elliott Packer in memory of his wife, mother of their son Lon Packer ’91.
The Plummer Family Assistance Fund
Established by Roz Plummer-Reid and her son, Matthew Plummer ’02, this fund provides emergency resources for school related expenses for students from families with proven need in the Baltimore metropolitan area. The resources may be used for field trips, athletic expenses, incidental expenses, etc., but not to cover the cost of tuition.
Nancy Simonetti Memorial Fund was established in 1985 by Beverly and Bill McCarthy in memory of a beloved teacher and colleague.
Leif Ericson Shock III Memorial Fund was established in 2004 by his mother and stepfather, Priscilla and Rodger Waldman, along with family and friends. It honors Leif's '92 memory; he passed away in 2000.
Summer Camps Financial Aid Endowment Fund, established in 1999 by an anonymous donor, provides financial aid for Jemicy’s Summer Camp program to families with proven need.
Westervelt Financial Aid Endowment Fund was created in 2002 by families and friends of Jemicy to honor Mark, who began working at Jemicy the day it opened.
H.S. Taylor White III Fund was created in 1995 to mark Taylor's 23 years as Chairman of Jemicy’s Board of Trustees. The fund was established by friends and family in his honor.