Each and every gift we receive from our Xaverian Family enhances our standards of excellence in teaching and helps address our capital, academic, programmatic and extracurricular offering provided to our students.
Giving at Xaverian
The Xaverian of today is vibrant and continues to offer the highest quality Catholic education in a rigorous setting. With the Class of 2019 securing more than $50, 870,776 in scholarships and acceptance into some of the finest colleges and universities in the United States, we are confident that today's Xaverian continues to inspire our students to live lives of learning, faith and service to others.
Your support is critical and we believe that there is "Power In Numbers." We as that you consider making a gift to our Clipper Fund, which will allow you to make an unrestricted gift to support a number of budget lines--this helps offset our budget. If you would like to make a restricted gift to a specific area, program or sport, or wish to discuss transfers of stock or estate planning, please contact Director of Advancement Eileen Long Chelales at (718) 759-5797 or email@example.com.
The Xaverian Brothers believe that "In Harmony, Small Things Grow." So do we. Join our "Power in Numbers!" campaign and make your gift today!
Xaverian is a 501(c)(3) organization. Your gift is tax-deductible to the fullest extent provided by law.
The smallest gifts to the Clipper Fund are often the most significant. These are the gifts that show the sense of pride and commitment our alumni feel for Xaverian. Here are a few examples of these meaningful gifts from young Clippers who:
Made their first gift using their very first check: #001
Donated the equivalent of their very first day’s pay
Gave a gift in the amount of their class year: $20.19
Thought to contact their company’s HR department for a matching gift form that doubled their donation
If you have ever wondered if your gift would make a difference, think about these stories. Taken together, gifts like these equal a big impact and help to ensure that all students have the opportunities to achieve their educational goals.