Donors may choose to direct their gift to one of several established funds, or work with the Advancement Office to create additional named funds.

William H. Gray III Memorial Scholarship Fund
An endowed fund for underprivileged students of diverse backgrounds with learning disabilities. Reverend William Gray III was a dynamic leader in American politics, president of the United Negro College Fund, a reverend at the Bright Hope Baptist Church, and a long-time friend of Riverview School. His dedication to correct injustice and bring hope to those in need inspired all who knew and worked with him.

Jeanne Pacheco Scholarship Fund
Jeanne Pacheco embarked on her career at the School as a reading specialist and during her long tenure at Riverview served as Director of Education, Director of Admissions and Placement, and Assistant Head of School.  Jeanne has forged a trail that few, if any, have duplicated in the history of Riverview.  The Jeanne Pacheco Endowed Scholarship Fund was established in Jeanne's honor upon her retirement in 2013. This fund will support students, as Jeanne supported Riverview for so many years, continuing the tradition of excellence she espoused at Riverview.

Chris Sturz Memorial Fund
Chris was both a student and employee of Riverview School and was known for his engaging smile and dedication to helping others. He was an avid sportsman and always involved in causes to help the disadvantaged. Chris passed away on October 10, 2012 after a brief illness but his legacy continues to live on at Riverview through an endowed fund established in his name.

Abby Parker Memorial Fund (for library resources)
Abby was a GROW student who entered Riverview in the fall of 2009. She passed away in March of 2012 after a courageous battle with cancer. While attending Riverview, Abby displayed a passion for reading and learning that she loved to share with others.

Riverview School is an independent coeducational boarding/day school, located on a scenic 16-acre campus on beautiful Cape Cod, Massachusetts. We provide a caring community for students ages 11-22 with complex language, learning and cognitive challenges, including Autism, Down Syndrome and intellectual disabilities. We're committed to developing student competence in academic, social and independent living skills.
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