Mother McAuley offers numerous ways for our families, alumnae and donors to offer financial support for students. Below are some of the ways you can help advance our mission of preparing young women for lives of leadership and service.
Student Scholarship and Financial Aid
McAuley is able to offer a variety of financial aid and scholarship awards for our students as we strive to maintain an affordable tuition for our students and families.
Your donation can support a scholarship that is currently in place at McAuley or fund general financial aid for students by bridging the gap between the actual cost to educate a student and the cost to families.
Donors determine planned giving as a method to bequest a gift to Mother McAuley High School in a spirit of gratitude for all they have received. Pledges or gifts of outright cash or appreciated securities are the most common ways to participate. In consultation with your financial advisor, you also may consider life income gifts that include naming Mother McAuley in your will or with life income plans or naming a gift to the endowment.
For more information on how to make a gift, please contact Carey Harrington, the Vice President of Institutional Advancement, at 773-881-6557.
The McAuley Fund
Donate to the McAuley Fund
Your gift makes an immediate difference in the day-to-day life of our students. No matter the size, every gift is greatly appreciated!
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Through our first capital campaign in 25 years, “Future Ready: The Campaign for Mother McAuley,” this past spring we began transforming our facilities into the collaborative learning environment that often is found at colleges and in workplaces. Upgraded facilities, technology and workspaces will elevate our students’ experience and prepare them for their educational and professional futures. Our learners of today will graduate as the leaders of tomorrow.