De Smet Jesuit relies on gifts from parents to support the student life programs and activities not covered by tuition -- experiences that transform students and prepare them for a lifetime of success.
Ways To Give
Your gifts impact every student every day. When you make a gift to De Smet Jesuit, you invest in the future of the young men entrusted to our care. There is no greater endorsement of our mission to educate men for and with others.
Tax-deductible Spartan Fund giving corresponds with De Smet Jesuit's fiscal year, not the calendar year. The Spartan Fund annual campaign opens on July 1 of each year and ends on June 30 the following year. Nearly 10% of the school's total operating budget came from Spartan Fund gifts last year.
The De Smet Jesuit Named Scholarship Program -- consisting of endowed scholarships totaling $20,000 or more -- enables donors to recognize significant individuals, such as alumni, faculty, or family, who have embodied the ideal of "men for and with others" throughout their lives. For information, contact Bill Rebholz '77, Vice President of Advancement, at 314-785-1294 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are many options to leave a lasting legacy for a loved one. Many benefactors make cash donations in memory of or in honor of someone. De Smet Jesuit also has a Brick Paver Program that offers the opportunity to engrave your loved one's name on a brick in Pierre La Barge Stadium or the baseball field.
More than 1,000 companies take part in helping employees increase their donation by matching the gift. Some companies even offer a greater than 1:1 match and your gift could double or even triple! Click here to find out if your company may match your gift to De Smet Jesuit.
- Parents of Alumni
We loved having our son at De Smet Jesuit because he received a distinctly Jesuit education -- one that has prepared him for success in pursuing his dreams.
- Parent of Alumni
My husband and I give to De Smet Jesuit so other boys may have the same opportunities our sons enjoyed and so this wonderful school continues to thrive.
- Class of 1978
It has always been a privilege for me to give to De Smet Jesuit and support its mission. I consider each gift a living investment in our future -- helping young men achieve their best both academically and spiritually in accordance with Ignatian ideals.