Scholarships and Sponsorships
One of the most impactful ways you can have a direct impact on a student's future is by contributing to or establishing a scholarship fund or sponsoring a student.
Scholarships and sponsorship are awarded to current students for their tuition at Bishop Fenwick as well as graduating seniors for college and university costs.
Benefactors are invited to participate in scholarship award ceremonies each spring and the Benefactor's Gathering in the fall to witness the direct impact scholarship and sponsorship donors have upon the Fenwick community.
Sponsor a Student Sponsorships are established by an individual, family, or corporate donor willing to contribute in a significant way to making a Bishop Fenwick education possible to a deserving student with recognized need during their high school career. Sponsorships are established at a minimum range of $3,000 to $5,000 annually for the duration of the student's time at Bishop Fenwick.
NAMED ENDOWED FUNDS:
These funds are established through major gifts ($25,000 and above) intended to establish a lasting legacy in honor or memory of an individual or family. A specific scholarship gift amount is determined and these funds are then given annually to support Bishop Fenwick High School students. The Director of Advancement works with the donor to establish scholarship criteria at the inception of the fund.
NAMED SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS:
These funds are established to honor or memorialize loved ones or valued members of the Bishop Fenwick community. In 1995, Bishop Fenwick set the standard for naming a scholarship fund at $10,000 in order to generate the sufficient funds necessary to perpetuate the legacy of an honored or memorialized individual. Revenues from these funds partially support a student qualifying for tuition assistance at Bishop Fenwick High School.
MEMORIAL AND HONOR FUNDS
These funds, generated through our honor and memorials program contribute to the general assistance available to students through the school’s financial aid program and may also be dedicated to a special project or program. Gifts of this nature are typically received as one time contributions to honor or memorialize individuals. Additionally, Bishop Fenwick High School also subsidizes this fund through its operating budget.
Current Scholarships and Sponsorships
George and Marie Coleman Memorial Sponsorship
Dunn Family Sponsorship
Century Bank Sponsorship
Danversbank Charitable Foundation Sponsorship
DeSimone Family Sponsorship
Fidelity Alumni Collaborative Sponsorship
Harrington Family Sponsorship
Mr. Bryce Murray and Rev. Louis Bourgeois Memorial Sponsorship
Peabody Collaborative Sponsorship
Sullivan Family Sponsorship
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Sirois Endowment Fund
Dr. Herbert and Mrs. Elizabeth Hagele Memorial Scholarship Fund
Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur Endowment Fund
Bernie Mitchell ’67 Memorial Scholarship Fund
Helen M. Gaieski Restricted Endowed Memorial Scholarship Fund
Brad Svoboda ’95 Memorial Scholarship Fund
James R. Brady, Jr. ’67 Memorial Scholarship Fund
Sr. Mary Louise Burns, S.N.D. Memorial Scholarship Fund
Ellen Cecil Scholarship Fund
Steven Donaldson ’64 Memorial Scholarship Fund
Raymond Gallant, Jr. ’76 Memorial Scholarship Fund
Teddy and Gina Jaworski Scholarship Fund
Ross A. Ketchopulos '01 Memorial Scholarship Fund
Howard T. McCormack ’67 Memorial Scholarship Fund
Mr. Robert McNamara Scholarship Fund
Edward J. McNiff Memorial Scholarship
Sr. Margaret Melville, S.N.D., Memorial Scholarship Fund
Reverend Richard Messina Scholarship Fund
Christine O’Donnell Memorial Scholarship Fund
Scott O’Keeffe ’87 Memorial Scholarship Fund
Lesley Anne Oliver ’86 Scholarship Fund
Albert C. Plante Memorial Scholarship Fund
Mr. Jeremiah R. Sheehan Scholarship Fund
Katy Warde ’85 Memorial Scholarship Fund
Wood Family Scholarship Fund
MAKING A DIFFERENCE
Interested in making a lifelong impact in a student's life? Please contact the Advancement Director, Tim von Jess, by email firstname.lastname@example.org or 978 587-8323 if you would like to initiate a fund in honor of a loved one, make a gift to any one of the established scholarships or make memorial donations.