Capital & Endowment Giving

John and Elizabeth Phillips founded Exeter with a generous gift and a mission to educate youth from every quarter. Over the years, Academy alumni, families and friends have upheld and nurtured the Phillips' original vision through their own extraordinary loyalty and support. 

Endowment gifts acknowledge our rich history while setting a course for a bright future. They directly impact our ability to support the students, faculty and staff who are at the core of what we do. Today and for centuries to come. 

If you're interested in learning more about capital and endowment gifts, including the ability to create a named endowed fund, please contact Morgan Dudley 603-777-3456.

The 1781 Society

Named for the year John and Elizabeth Phillips co-founded the Academy, The 1781 Society recognizes donors who contribute $2,500 or more in a fiscal year. Join one of our recognition circles.

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The Academy Library

This is a particularly exciting time for Exeter’s famous library.

Learn how you can help enhance programs for current and future Exonians.

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Philanthropy Powered by Women

The Women’s Leadership Circle offers Exeter women the opportunity to empower girls to bring their voices to the Harkness table, regardless of financial need.

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Support Equity and Inclusion

Exeter's endowment provides more than 50 percent of the Academy’s operating revenue, including an array of funds directly supporting equity and inclusion in our community.

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The Exeter Fund

You can now direct your gift to The Exeter Fund to the area that means the most to you. Choose from eight ways to support the Exeter experience.

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Blended Gifts

We can design flexible giving plans to suit your current and long-term situation. Please contact Morgan Dudley to discuss: 603-777-3456

For information on planned giving, click here