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Endowments

An endowment is an income-generating account, whose principal is untouched.  Endowments have the advantage of providing funds for specified need (scholarship, equipment and supplies) in perpetuity, but do require a minimum investment of $10,000. The Office of Philanthropy currently manages over 50 endowments totally more than $1,000,000.

Endowments:

When the principal of the endowment reaches the specified amount (normally $10,000) or more, the endowment will be activated, and the annual payout will be used to fund the donor's specified area of interest.

Investment of the principal of each endowment will be handled in accordance with the Los Rios Investment Policies, with the goal of achieving maximum earnings.

Endowment guidelines and form  [PDF File]