Ways to Give
There are many ways to support St. Dominic High School's mission and legacy.
To learn more about giving opportunities, giving societies and more, please contact our Advancement Office at (636) 240-8303 ext. 119.
Gifts made by cash, check or credit card allow St. Dominic High School immediate access to available funds. To make an online gift using a credit card, please visit the Archdiocese of St Louis website and select the St. Dominic fund of your choice.
Gifts can be made in honor or in memory of a loved one. To make a memorial online gift using a credit card, please visit the form below.
Some employers match monetary gifts, ACA donations or volunteer hours, increasing the value of employees’ gifts. Learn how your employer's matching gifts program can help you further advance our mission.
Pledge gifts may be scheduled to accommodate the individual donor’s needs, with the option to make a one-time gift or pay over time to make a larger contribution.
Securities gifts include stocks, bonds, mutual funds, EFTs and donor-advised funds. To donate stock, please contact the Advancement Office at (636) 240-8303 to provide the name of the stock, the number of shares and any restrictions that apply to the use of the proceeds. Stock certificates may be delivered to the Advancement Office by mail or in person. If your stock is in a brokerage account, please contact the Advancement Office for instructions on transferring the stock directly into the school's account.
To learn more about remembering St. Dominic through a gift in your living will or trust, contact Dana Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org or (636) 240-8303.
Donors may support St. Dominic through IRA distribution, IRA charitable rollover distribution or beneficiary designation.
St. Dominic High School may be named the owner or beneficiary of life insurance policies.
Gifts of marketable real estate or tangible personal property offer a variety of options, each offering its own tax advantage to the donor. Some options provide for lifetime occupancy rights or income for life.
“St. Dominic has the reputation for supreme education, along with a strong Catholic background. Because of this, our school produces excellent leaders for the future.”
Ted Molitor '51
25+ Years of Giving