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Annual Fund

For the past eight years, the Notre Dame community has engaged in historic fundraising efforts. Our facilities have never been better. Alumni and alumni parents who visit the school are amazed at the beauty, cleanliness, and quality of our campus. We have poured a significant amount of human and financial resources into our facilities in the past 12-15 years. We should all look as good at 74, as Notre Dame was founded in 1947!

With capital improvements “mostly” behind us, it is time to transition our charitable energy “mostly” toward our scholarship fund. As 2020-21 tuition and fees are over $18,000 our primary focus is upon helping students/families with: a) current financial aid; and b) building up our scholarship endowment funds to provide long-term financial aid.

There is no more important measure of charitable support than that which is directed toward our scholarship fund…that directly touches the hearts and minds of our students…that creates opportunities for life.

In the 70-year-plus history of Notre Dame, thousands of families have benefitted from the generosity and service of the Holy Cross Brothers as wells the scholarship support from our benefactors. As a result, we ask for charitable consideration to “pay it forward”…to make an ND education possible for a grateful and deserving student in any way, shape or form.

The fiscal year ends on June 30, 2021.
 
Notre Dame High School is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization — Tax ID #95-1716808.

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  • Annual Giving

  • President's Club

    This is Notre Dame's premier giving level. Donors making a gift or an accumulation of gifts (excluding membership dues, event costs, etc.) between $1,500-$4,999 during the school's fiscal year of July 1 - June 30 become President's Club members and are acknowledged online, in our Annual Report and are invited to the annual President's Appreciation Dinner in October. 
  • Holy Cross Society

    Donors making a gift or accumulation of gifts (excluding membership dues, event costs, etc.) between $5,000-$9,999 during the school's fiscal year of July 1 - June 30 are instrumental in the support of the advancement of the NDHS mission and our programs, financial aid and facilities will be recognized in the Annual Report, online and invited to the President's Appreciation Dinner in October. In addition, Holy Cross Society members become partners in promoting Holy Cross values and the continuing of Holy Cross Mission at ND receiving periodic updates regarding the progress of ND and invitation to view its future plans.
  • Regents

    Donors making a gift or an accumulation of gifts (excluding membership dues, event costs, etc.) between $10,000-$24,999 during the school's fiscal year of July 1 - June 30 in support of the advancement of the NDHS mission and our programs, financial aid and facilities will be recognized in the Annual Report, online and invited to the President's Appreciation Dinner in October. Regents members also receive updates on the progress and plans for Notre Dame High School and are invited to special gatherings with the Board of Directors and the President. As major contributors, Regents members take an active interest in supporting Nore Dame and often serve on advisory boards or participate in capital campaigns to help ensure the future of Notre Dame High School.
  • Endowed Scholarship Fund

    A scholarship may be named to memorialize a deceased family member or friend, or to honor a living family member(s), alumnus or friend with a gift of $25,000 or more. Click here to learn more.
  • Planned Giving

  • Gift of Securities

Contact Info

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  • Richard Klee

    Director of Advancement
    (818) 933-3611
  • Chris Turkmany '83

    Associate Director of Advancement
    (818) 933-3608
  • Kathy Molloy

    Manager of Donor Relations and Major Gifts
    (818) 933-3609
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