The Trustees of the Funds (ToTF) is an elected board of Episcopal church members that oversees professionally managed investment funds benefiting the churches and organizations in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
The Trustees of the Funds is one of the oldest Episcopal Church organizations in the Commonwealth of Virginia, with roots to 1754. The Trustees of the Funds was incorporated in 1892. The first fund, the Widows and Orphans Fund, was formed in 1754 and by 1892 it had been joined by the Disabled Clergy Fund and the Episcopal Fund, all still in existence. Today ToTF manages accounts for approximately 120 churches and 80+ institutions within Virginia.
Governing Documents – ToTF’s articles of incorporation, bylaws, audited financials, Mission-Aligned Investment Policy and Investment Policy Statement are available upon request.
How to Serve — The process for nominating prospective Trustees and the application form are located here.
Members of our board bring expertise in investments, law, and business, providing an informed, professional approach to managing the ToTF funds. Our members are active in Episcopal churches across Virginia. All Trustees are vetted by a Diocesan committee for expertise and screened for conflicts of interest. The members are proposed and approved at the Annual Convention.
Class of 2022
Dr. Hugh Bryan III (second term), Abington Church, White Marsh
Gen. Jim Harding (first term), Wicomico Parish Church
William (Bill) Derry (First term), Grace and Holy Trinity, Richmond
Class of 2023
Janet Osborn, President, (second term), Christ Church, Alexandria
Lana Ingram (second term), St. George’s, Fredericksburg
Keith Dull (second term), St. Stephen’s, Richmond
Class of 2024
Phillip Brown (first term), Christ Church, Saluda
Bob Clarke (first term), St. George’s, Arlington
Alan Gayle (first term), Emmanuel Greenwood
Johnny Milleson (second term), Grace Church, Berryville
Rt. Reverend Susan Goff, Ecclesiastical Authority
Rev. Chris Miller, Rector, Immanuel, Old Church in Mechanicsville