I give to St. Angela School because I see how the scholars thirve through the dedication of hte teachers and staff, because I believe families should have the opportunity to choose a school, and because I have personally benefited from my education in the Catholic School system and am convinced that the combination of academic excellence and emphasis on morals and discipline produces well-rounded adults who are a credit to their community.
To see that St. Angela School is still thriving at a time when other schools are closing and that there are people who care about the community and are investing in the community, I think is a great sign for Austin and I try to do what I can. Going to St Angela shaped the person I am today, and I want to help these same students that are there today thrive and have the same great experience that we did growing up.
I donate to St. Angela because I want to give the current students the opportunities to succeed that they might not otherwise have without their St. Angela experience. My generation and those before me benefitted from ridiculously low tuition that make Catholic education available to everyone who wanted it. I contribute to St. Angela in honor of my parents and the many wonderful sisters and lay teachers who helped form me into the person I am.
How you can give
You can make a difference for our scholars with an investment in their future! St. Angela School accepts gifts of all sizes; gifts in honor or memory of someone; gifts made in person, or online, or sent in the mail. We accept gifts for specific projects and gifts for our general unspecified use: gifts for scholarship; for technology; for athletics; for the development of our campus; for professional development for our staff.
We accept gifts of cash, checks or credit cards, and we accept gifts of stock.
To learn more about the ways you can support the people and programs of St. Angela visit our website: www.saintangela.org/giving or call our Advancement Office, 773.626.2655 ext. 103.
Follow these links to all of the individual stories in the St. Angela School special section: