A LETTER FROM THE VICE-PRESIDENT FOR ADVANCEMENT
Throughout our school’s history, the young men of Archbishop Curley High School have benefited from the generosity of others. The gifts shared with these Curley Men have taken many forms. All of our students have been affected by the gift of time shared by the faculty and staff who are committed to carrying out our mission. All have been influenced by the talents shared by our volunteers who work tirelessly to make our school community strong. All have experienced the benefit of the financial contributions made by benefactors who believe in the ideals of our school. By sharing the gifts of time, talent, and treasure, members of the Curley Family continue to make a difference in the life of our school and the lives of all Curley Men.
These webpages provide information about giving financial gifts to a variety of programs, all of which advance the mission of our school.
In Giving We Receive – Curley’s 50th Anniversary Building Campaign is an extended capital campaign that will allow us to carry out the school’s Master Facility Plan. The money generated by the Annual Fund is part of the school’s yearly budget and is an essential part of the daily operation of the school. It also enables the school to make the necessary physical enhancements to the campus and provide financial aid to better meet the needs of our families. The Endowed Scholarship Program offers the opportunity to affect generations of young men by providing a sustained source of financial aid scholarships for deserving families. All of these programs can benefit from Matching Gifts, which are provided by our benefactors’ employers. Finally, benefactors provide legacy gifts as part of their estate plans through our Planned Giving Program.
We are grateful to all members of the Curley Family who share their gifts with us. Only through this generosity are we able to live our mission most fully in service of our students.
Thank you for considering a gift to Archbishop Curley High School. You can rest assured that it will make a difference.
Barry Stitz ’87
Vice President of Advancement