Giving to Saint Saviour allows you to create your own legacy within our school; one that provides the school with financial support while enabling you to realize tax savings. If you have any questions about the ways to give to Saint Saviour, please contact Jennie Rota '05 at email@example.com or 718-768-4406.
Donations and Matching gifts
You can make a gift via credit card or check to Saint Saviour High School. There are tax benefits in making a gift to Saint Saviour; please speak with your financial consultant or accountant for more details. In addition, your company may also match your gift! Please check with your organization about their policy.
Many classes through the years have supported SSHS with a group gift. These are recognized in our annual report and provide a lasting memory for your year.
Saint Saviour accepts donations via stock or wire transfer. To make a stock or wire transfer donation, please contact the Advancement Office at 718-768-4406
Saint Saviour in your will
Named in honor of Saint Saviour High School’s largest estate donation, the Margaret Mary Wolfe ‘37 Society celebrates and recognizes Saint Saviour High School’s donors who have expressed their long term commitment by including Saint Saviour High School in their will.
Your membership involves no dues, obligations, or solicitations, but it does allow us to thank you and recognize you for the plans you have made, and it may inspire generosity in others.
The most important benefit you will receive from joining the Margaret Mary Wolfe ‘37 Society is the happiness resulting from making a long-lasting gift towards the success of Saint Saviour High School. Once you complete your estate plans, please let us know so we can include you in this club. Please contact Jennie Rota ’05 at 718-768-4406 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Full or Partial Scholarship
You can sponsor a student at Saint Saviour High School with a gift towards a scholarship or financial aid. You can also contribute to the Alumnae Scholarship, Sr. Mary Monica Scholarship and the Lee Ferrara Scholarship.