217 S. 4th Street, Wilmington, NC 28401 | ph: 910.762.5491 x140

SMS Giving 2017

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For more information
on ways to support
St. Mary School,
please call 910-762-5491, x110 or email
jdaley@thestmaryparish.org.
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SUPPORTING ST. MARY SCHOOL

Financial support for St. Mary School comes from parents, grandparents, friends, church members, foundations and corporations.

ANNUAL FUND

The Annual Fund is a yearly campaign to support the current operating budget and tuition assistance needs of the school. It provides financial support for a wide range of programs and initiatives that provide St. Mary students with a solid educational foundation to succeed in high school and beyond. These un-designated funds help bridge the GAP between the amount of tuition and the actual cost of educating a child.

Make a donation today in one of three ways:

ONLINE
Donate online directly to St. Mary School! It’s fast and simple – click THIS LINK
and be sure to provide us with your address and contact information.
BY PHONE

Pick-up the phone and call JoAnn Daley at 910-762-5491, x110. Have your credit card ready and your donation can be easily processed in one phone call.

BY MAIL
Please mail checks made out to St. Mary School directly to the Development Office at:
St. Mary School
412 Ann Street
Wilmington, NC 28401

All gifts to the fund are tax-deductible.

FALCON SCHOLARS FUND

Supporters of this fund make a commitment to an on-going annual contribution to provide tuition assistance for a student; insuring that the student will be able to continue attending St. Mary through graduation. Typically, the contributions are equal to a full or 1/2 tuition.

PLANNED GIVING

A planned gift is any major gift, made in lifetime or at death providing lasting support to the long-term success of the school.

Planned Gifts can benefit existing endowment funds, such as the BOUNDARY OAK SOCIETY or
JOSHUA 1:9 SCHOLARSHIP FUND, or a donor can establish their own named fund.

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