Father Adrian Fund Giving Levels

AmountLevel
$1 - $99Sergeant's Circle
$100 - $499Lieutenant's Circle
$500 - $999 Captain's Circle
$1,000 - $2,499 Major's Circle
$2,500 - $4,999 Colonel's Circle
$5,000 - $9,999General's Circle
$10,000 +Joint Chief's Circle

Other Ways to Give

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Other Types of Gifts

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Ways to Give

You may make your gift to Benedictine using your AMEX, Visa or MasterCard. The easiest and fastest way to make a gift with a credit card is to use our Secure Online Form. You may also make a credit card gift by filling in the information on your Annual Fund pledge card and mailing it to the following address: Benedictine College Preparatory Annual Fund, 12829 River Road, Richmond, Virginia 23238.

You may make your gift to Benedictine by check. Please make your check payable to Benedictine College Preparatory. If you prefer this method, please mail your check to the following address: Benedictine College Preparatory Annual Fund, 12829 River Road, Richmond, Virginia 23238.

Please contact the Advancement office if you need assistance with making a phone gift contribution. 804-708-9511.

Please consider a tax-wise gift of appreciated stock to Benedictine. Your charitable deduction will be based on 100% of the stock's value on the gift date. Giving gifts of stock is quick and easy. Your attorney, stockbroker or financial planner can help facilitate this excellent way to leverage your giving. Please contact the Advancement office if you need assistance. 804-708-9511.

Types of Gifts

Matching gifts are a great way to maximize personal contributions to Benedictine and increase the impact of individual gifts. By taking advantage of a company's matching gift benefit, you may be able to double or even triple the amount of a contribution. Each company has its own guidelines for employees, spouses, retirees, and widows/widowers. Most corporate procedures are very simple.

Donors may wish to make a gift to honor a priest, teacher, alumnus, or friend because of a special anniversary or circumstance. Honorary gifts are acknowledged to the honoree and are treated like any Annual Education Fund contribution. These gifts may be restricted to scholarship, endowment or left unrestricted. Memorial gifts are also placed in the appropriate area (scholarship, endowment, unrestricted) consistent with the intent of the donor and acknowledged to the family of the deceased.