St. Martin’s Episcopal Church has several foundations that are established to strengthen both parishioners and our mission.
- St. Martin’s Episcopal Church Foundation - The Foundation’s purpose is to preserve and strengthen St. Martin’s and its mission in our community. The Foundation began with a bequest of two long-time members of the parish Misses Alice and Ruth Provensal. The principle of the Foundation is fully invested and is to be preserved in perpetuity. Only income from the invested funds may be used under the careful scrutiny of the Board of Directors and the Vestry.
- Maupin Fund – The purpose of the Maupan Fund is to further Christian Education at all levels at St. Martin’s. The fund was started by a bequest of Elizabeth Maupan.
- McKee Scholarship Fund – The McKee Scholarship Fund is to be used for tuition by St. Martin’s Episcopal Church students at St. Martin’s Episcopal School. This fund was established by a bequest of The Rev. and Mrs. Hugh McKee. Fr. McKee was the second Rector of St. Martin’s Episcopal Church from 1951 to 1976.