Your gift to Moreau Catholic may be made online, via cash, check, credit card, publicly-traded securities or any other liquid monetary instrument.
Gift may be made safely and securely online using your Visa or Mastercard. Donate online here.
Please make checks payable to Moreau Catholic High School and direct them to the Institutional Advancement Department.
Matching Corporate Gifts
New! Check to see if your company will match your donation by clicking here
When you make your contribution to Moreau, please check with your employer to see if they have a matching gift program, or you can search our database here
. This is a great way to double the impact of your gift to the school!
Does your Employer Match? Find out:
Gifts of Stock
Online Directory of Matching Gift Companies
Search by typing your company name - or a portion of the nation - in the box above
Gifts of stock and other publicly traded securities securities may be donated to Moreau and will be valued at the mean of their market values on the date the donor relinquishes control of the securities. Moreau Catholic's policy is to sell all gifted securities immediately. Please contact Rob Cummins at UBS Financial Services at 800.950.5531 to process your gift, or contact Alumni Relations and Giving Coordinator Dani Lorta '89 at 510.881.4360 with any questions.
Consider a gift through life insurance, a bequest, or a charitable trust. Planned gifts are a great way to leave a lasting legacy at Moreau Catholic.
Scrip programs are a safe, easy, and FREE way to support Moreau Catholic. All you need to do is register with eScrip and designate Moreau Catholic as the beneficiary. After that, every time you shop at designated retailers such as Safeway and many others, you will automatically be supporting Moreau as well!
Roth Accounts and IRA Donations
IRA Rollovers to Charitable Organizations: Taxpayers age 70 1/2 or older can donate up to $100,000
from Roth or traditional IRAs to qualified charitable organizations such as Moreau Catholic High School without including the amount of their IRA withdrawals in gross income. Taxpayers who took a distribution in December of 2012 may contribute that amount to a charity and treat it as an eligible rollover to the extent it otherwise qualified as a charitable rollover.
Be sure to seek the advice of your Financial Advisor or Plan Administrator when considering a donation through this vehicle.
If you have any questions, please contact Dani Lorta '89,
Alumni Relations and Giving Coordinator at 510.881.4360 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org