Joe & Cindy Goldberg established a field of interest fund dedicated to empowering youth and creating a brighter future for our community.
Rex Walden (1947 – 2022) was defined by the things he loved: his boats; travel; his dogs; everything and anything nautical; good friends; great art; all music – he played drums and a mean washboard. He was a vocalist and played the harmonica for the Crystal Palace Guard. He was an avid collector of walking sticks, and loved a good steak, an Iceberg wedge, and the oysters he harvested off Joshua Point.
To share a gift of Guilford deeply cherished by lifelong resident Livia Ann Jacobs, her family established The Livia Jacobs Seashore Fund in December, 2017.
An anonymous donor established the Children’s Fund in 2017. This is a field of interest fund that is intended to benefit Guilford’s Children, with priority given to basic needs, education and positive growth development.
Gwendolyn Gunn and Norman Marshall established the Gunn-Marshall Performing Arts Diversity Fund in 2017. This is a field of interest fund that distributes grants to area non-profits within the specified focus area.
In 2014, Tom Pinchbeck, then president of The Guilford Foundation, invited trustees of the Guilford Institute to consider joining the Guilford Foundation’s fold of legacy funds.
In celebration of 15 years of doing business in Guilford, Russell Campaigne and Mary Jo Kestner established the Campaigne Kestner Architects Fund in 2016.
Norma Ginz and her family established this field of interest fund to honor her late husband, Tom, and his dedication to the children of Guilford.
This is a field of interest fund with a focus on scholarships as addressing other ongoing or emerging community needs.
Michael and Maryann Bracken are long time residents of Guilford and established a fund to support their deep appreciation for the shoreline.