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Loyola School

Ways of Giving


Tax benefits may be derived from each option,  but since each individual’s financial situation is unique, donors should consult their personal financial advisors for additional information and guidance.

Give Online Today

A gift of cash remains the simplest way to contribute to Loyola and can be put to work for the school right away. To make a gift by credit card, please use our secure online form to Make a Gift.

Mail a Check

Please make checks payable to “Loyola School” and mail them to: Loyola School Advancement Office, 980 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10028.

Call Us

If you would prefer to make your one-time or recurring gift, or pledge, by phone, please call the Loyola School Advancement Office at 646-346-8135.

Matching Gifts

Many employers sponsor Matching Gift Programs and will match charitable contributions made by their employees, retirees and/or spouses. To determine if your employer has a matching gift policy please contact and initiate the process through your Human Resources Department. Through your employer’s Matching Gift Program you can double or triple your gift!

Make a Gift of Stock

Gifts of appreciated securities are an excellent way to make a gift to Loyola.  Donors receive a charitable tax deduction for the fair market value of the securities on the day that they are transferred, and they avoid taxes on capital gains. Learn More.

Consider Making a Gift from Your Retirement Account

Recently signed legislation, Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act, permanently extends the IRA Charitable Rollover Provision. The provision allows individuals who have reached age 70½ to donate up to $100,000 to charitable organizations directly from their Individual Retirement Account (IRA), without treating the distribution as taxable income.

Planned Giving

A life income gift allows you and/or a beneficiary to retain income from the assets donated, take a federal income tax deduction for a portion of the gift value (depending on the terms of the gift) while also eliminating the capital gains tax on gifts of appreciated securities or real estate. For more information on planned gifts please click here—planned giving information.