Jesuit’s annual giving program funds direct operating costs of the School during the current year, and benefits every student by enabling programs and opportunities beyond those supported by tuition alone. It also serves as a silent scholarship by providing need-based financial aid to underserved members of our community. Benefits apply to the cumulative giving totals within the annual giving program, to include Parents' Challenge Drive, Alumni Phonathon, Parents of Grads Appeal, Grandparents Appeal, Friends Appeal, and Faculty/Staff giving.
|$50,000 (St. Aloysius Gonzaga Society)||In addition to receiving the Xavier Society benefits donors will be listed in the St. Aloysius Gonzaga, S.J. Lifetime Giving Society.|
|$25,000 (St. Francis Xavier Society)||In addition to receiving the Canisius Society benefits donors will be invited to a private dinner with Mike Earsing.|
|$15,000 (St. Peter Canisius Society)||In addition to receiving the Claver Society benefits donors will be invited to the annual Canisius dinner party with Mike Earsing and Tom Garrison.|
|$7,500 (St. Peter Claver Society)||In addition to receiving the Double GAP benefits, donors will be invited to a School Mass in the Spring followed by a catered reception.|
|$4,480 (Double Gap)||In addition to receiving the President’s Club benefits, donors will receive an Activities Pass allowing free admission to all home athletic events and theater productions at Jesuit Dallas.|
|$3,000 (President's Club)||Donors who give at this level receive an invitation to the President’s Reception.|
$2,240 (The GAP)
Tuition does not cover the total cost to educate a student. Charitable gifts raised in support of the Challenge Drive are designed to bridge the financial gap between tuition income and actual operating costs of the school.
Think of the impact that a Jesuit Dallas education has had in your life, the life of your son, or the life of someone you know. Your Planned Gift to Jesuit, through your will or beneficiary designation in your life insurance; or by your creation of a charitable trust or annuity, will ensure the success of Jesuit’s mission to educate and form men for others for years to come.