Ways to Give
The vision of Bishop O'Gorman Catholic Schools is to be a Christ-centered community providing a financially viable, world class education for an increasing number of children. We need the help of alumni, current families and supporters to make this vision a reality. Your personal donation is a powerful expression of your faith, vision and generosity. Please consider making a donation to Bishop O'Gorman Catholic Schools in one of the following areas:
- TEACHERS’ SALARIES
- TUITION ASSISTANCE
- 10 X 12 ALUMNI GIVING PROGRAM
- MEMORIAL GIFTS
- CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
Please consider contributing to our greatest assets, our staff…the people who make our mission come to life each and every day in our schools. The Teacher and Staff Salary Initiative is a fundraising effort to reward staff for the important work that they are doing. Each year Bishop O'Gorman Catholic Schools needs to fundraise at least $500,000 to directly impact salaries. By donating to this cause we are able to retain and recruit quality teachers and staff.
Each year Bishop O'Gorman Catholic Schools awards more than $1.4 million in tuition assistance to families in all eight of our schools. No family receives full tuition for their children, but more families would enroll if they had just a little bit of help.
Passing on the gift… This program is designed to help students both now and in the future. When you sign up we will deduct just $10 per month (or more if you choose) from your bank account for a total annual tuition assistance gift of $120. As alumni, this is an easy affordable way for us to pass on the gift of Catholic education that we received.
If you would like to make a gift in memory of someone, please indicate who the gift is in memory of in the “Your public posted comment” area on the online form.*
*Information provided in the public comment area is not viewed by the public, but it is only seen by staff to ensure it goes to the correct memorial.
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