First there was Black Friday, then Cyber Monday. Now, #GivingTuesday
kicks off the charitable season as we focus on holiday and end-of-year giving. Celebrated in the United States on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving, this global phenomenon celebrates the spirit of giving back. We encourage you to join the movement and give –
whether it’s some of your time, a donation, gift, or the power of your voice in your local community.
Every gift, no matter the size, counts!
We invite you to celebrate the impact Marist High School has had in your life by making a gift to the Marist Fund
, which helps to offer Marist students the advantage of an exceptional, faith-based education.
When you give a gift to the Marist Fund, you inspire students through:
The gift of St. Marcellin Champagnat
Support the mission of St. Marcellin, founder of the Marist Brothers, by empowering students to put their faith in action and grow stronger in their relationship with Jesus Christ.
The gift of opportunity
Support programs such as the Explore Program, which offer students the opportunity to gain real-world experience through mentorships and internships – making them competitive candidates for admission into selective schools.
The gift of an extraordinary campus
Support our ongoing efforts to modernize our campus, ensure qualified and passionate teachers are educating our students, and offer our students the unique Marist experience that both challenges and strengthens them.
The gift of academic excellence
Support our innovative curriculum, which promotes a 21st-century learning environment that focuses on engaging students and encourages creativity, communication and collaboration. Students learn to develop skills in problem solving and critical thinking – preparing them for the future.
We appreciate your support! The Marist family greatly appreciates your support and hopes that you will make a gift to the Marist Fund on this #GivingTuesday. Thank you in advance for your commitment to Marist. Your generosity enables us to carry on the mission of St. Marcellin while preparing students for higher education and life.
Wishing you all the best this holiday season!
Marist High School Advancement Department