Ways to Give
Every gift to St. John Bosco High School makes a big difference - whether the gift is large or small, it signifies your confidence in us as a school worthy of your support.
It's important for you to know that your giving makes an incredible difference to the students and faculty at Bosco today and at Bosco in the future. Your giving also can make a difference for you in tax benefits and the benefit of seeing your gift making a difference. Giving to Bosco is one way to ensure that your gift will always come back to you.
Braves Annual Fund
The Braves Annual Fund directly supports faculty and students. It provides the school with the essential dollars necessary for program enhancements not covered by tuition. The Annual Fund is our "checking account" and it is vital to the life of the school.
Here are some convenient ways to give to the Annual Fund:
A commemorative Bosco Brick offers a unique and lasting way to commemorate your time at Bosco, athletic affinity, your graduate or simply show your Bosco spirit. The commemorative bricks will be installed Spring 2017 in Senior Square in front of the gymnasium.
- Contact: Amy Krisch at (562) 920-1734 ext. 231
Capital Gifts are larger and generally given over a period of years. Capital gifts support both endowment and capital projects and serve as our "savings account." Capital gifts are vital to the school's ability to maintain it's position in the marketplace by attracting and retaining the highest quality faculty, offering a program which is continually evaluated for its relevance and effectiveness, and providing the funds to attract to students who are appropriate for our mission.
- Contact: Eric Young at (562) 920-1734 ext. 311.
Planned gifts take a longer term view. Planned gifts range from life-income gifts, to bequests, to creative arrangements using retirement-plan benefits. Some people choose to make either an outright or deferred gift of assets such as stocks, bonds, and property. Making a planned gift may allow you to give more than you ever thought possible and, at the same time, benefit from tax advantages or income for a term of years or life.
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