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Saint Joseph Hill AcademyUnder the Direction of the Daughters of Divine Charity

Ways to Support St. Joseph Hill Academy

There are many ways you can support St. Joseph Hill Academy:

 

GIVING ONLINE:

 

Making a donation online is easy and secure. Click here to make an Online Donation.

 

MAILING YOUR DONATION:

 

If you prefer mailing in your gift, please download the Donation Form enclosed on the right and send it with your credit card information or check or money order made payable to St. Joseph Hill Academy to:

 

St. Joseph Hill Academy

850 Hylan Boulevard

Staten Island, New York 10305

Attn:  Elizabeth Basile, Development Office 

 

GIFTING STOCKS AND/OR SECURITIES:

 

St. Joseph Hill Academy welcomes gifts of stocks and/or securities. Please contact Dr. Elizabeth Basile, Director of Development at 718-447-1374 Ext. 9163 or email ebasile@stjhill.org for guidance.

 

MAKING A GIFT-IN-KIND:

 

St. Joseph Hill Academy accepts in-kind donations of equipment, books, supplies and more if the items can be used by the Academy in a meaningful way.  Before accepting an in-kind gift, certain restrictions apply to ensure that tax regulations and school policies are satisfied. Shipping and handling costs necessary to accept the gift must be considered, as well as the gift's long term viability to maintain, store or insure.  Individuals and representatives of businesses and corporations interested in making in-kind donations are asked to submit the in-kind donation form.

 

 

SUPPORT THE ANNUAL FUND:


Send a yearly contribution to the St. Joseph Hill Academy Annual Fund. The Annual Fund is a crucial source of funding that allows Hill to meet its most pressing needs. Annual Fund mailings take place each Fall.  These unrestricted funds are used to support critical school initiatives including student financial support, educational technology, facilities, and faculty development, to name a few.

 

CREATE YOUR OWN NAMED SCHOLARSHIP OR STUDENT AWARD:


The Development and Alumni Office solicits funds that are used to provide student scholarships and student awards. If you are interested in establishing your legacy at Hill by establishing a named scholarship or award, please note your options below:

 

  • Create a Full Scholarship: With a minimum donation of $50,000 to support one student’s full four-year tuition. The donor determines the selection criteria for the scholarship, and the scholarship can be added to at any time at the discretion of the donor. 

 

  • Create an Endowed Graduation Award with a minimum donation of $25,000 to support students in perpetuity. In this case, the original donation amount is invested, and the proceeds are used to fund the awarding of the graduation award. The donor determines the selection criteria for the graduation award, and the endowment can be added to at any time at the discretion of the donor. 

 

  • Create a Limited-Term Scholarship with a minimum donation of $10,000. In this case, a set amount is distributed each year until the gift is expended. Limited-Term scholarships provide scholarship support for a specified period of time and are typically funded through a lump-sum contribution. The donor determines the selection criteria for the scholarship, and the money is awarded over the number of years specified.
    NOTE: additional gifts can be added over time to increase and/or replenish available funds for the scholarship.

 

  • Create a Limited-Term Graduation Award with a minimum donation of $5,000. A set amount is distributed each year until the gift is expended. Limited-Term awards provide support for a specified period of time and are typically funded through a lump-sum contribution. The donor determines the selection criteria for the award, and the money is awarded over the number of years specified.

NOTE: additional gifts can be added over time to increase and/or replenish available funds for the award.

 

  • Make a General Donation to the St. Joseph Hill Academy student financial support fund and support a student’s area of greatest need, whether that's providing emergency funds to a student or scholarship support.