Many employers sponsor Matching Gift Programs and will match charitable contributions made by their employees, retirees and/or spouses. Through your employer’s Matching Gift Program you can double or triple your gift to Loyola! To find out if your company has a matching gift policy, please enter your employer's name on the Matching Gifts page.
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.
To transfer shares electronically to Loyola a donor should contact his/her broker. The donor should also advise Loyola’s Advancement Office, preferably by phone, that he/she has authorized the transfer, including donor’s name, stock name, number of shares, transfer date, and purpose of gift as our broker does not receive notice of who transferred the stock.
Loyola School’s Broker: Seaport Securities Account Name: Loyola School Account Number: S2K001144 DTC Number: 0226 Attention: Tom Gregg Phone Number: 212-482-8689 or 800-SEAPORT
For additional information or to advise of a transfer of stocks, please call Maria Lopez-Ona, Vice President for Advancement at 646-346-8136 or at email@example.com.
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 gifts include, but is not limited to, bequests, charitable remainder trusts, charitable gift annuities, gifts of life insurance and retirement plan assets. In most cases, planned gifts are applied to the School’s endowment, which helps provide additional funding for student scholarships, faculty professional development, and programmatic support. If you would like more information on how to incorporate Loyola into your estate plans and make a legacy gift, please contact Maria Lopez-Ona at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The following is a list of currently active scholarships. Please contact Maria Lopez-Ona for more information at email@example.com or 646-346-8136. If you would like to make a gift in support of one of these funds please click here.
The Michael J. Armstrong ’85 Scholarship Fund was established at Loyola School by Michael’s fiancée and family. The Scholarship honors all that Michael represented as a graduate of Loyola School, especially his magnificent capacity to be a man for others.
The Sr. Nora Cronin Fund was established in honor of Sr. Nora Cronin who died on March 3, 2004 after a long battle with cancer. Sr. Nora was a pillar of strength for Loyola. Her dedication to our mission and students substantially raised the quality of education offered at Loyola. The Sr. Nora Cronin Library-Technology Center is dedicated to Sr. Nora, one of the School’s greatest educators.
Rev. James F. Fox, S.J. was President of Loyola School from 1981-1995. He passed away on December 14, 2001. The Endowment Fund allows Loyola’s Faculty to participate in guided and/or directed Retreats in the Spiritual Exercises; Ignatian Pilgrimages; Jesuit Schools Network Ignatian Leadership Seminars; JSN colloquia and symposia; and workshops on Ignatian Pedagogy.
Loyola School established The Joseph Hanser Fund in 2011 in memory of Joe Hanser, a beloved Loyola faculty member who dedicated 36 years as an educator. He passed away on April 29, 2011 and the purpose of this fund is to help support the needs of the School’s science department.
Established to help support a Loyola School student philanthropic club which will foster, within club members, a mature Christian response to identified charitable needs that are consistent with the School’s Jesuit mission.
Loyola School established The Suzette and Nick Katsouros Family Fund in 2011 in honor of Rev. Stephen Katsouros, S.J., Loyola’s President from 2002–2011, to help support the demonstrated emergency tuition needs and/or non-tuition costs of financial assistance families.
The Fund was established in honor of Fr. Prior’s 80th birthday to help support talented students who could not otherwise afford a Loyola School education. The establishment of the Fund recognizes Fr. Prior’s commitment to all of Loyola’s students and the role he has had in their development. Fr. Prior passed away on July 24, 2007. Loyola School is profoundly grateful to Fr. Prior, once referred to as “the heart and soul of Loyola” for his dedicated service to the School.