Creating and Naming Endowed Funds
Endowed funds ensure hallmark features of St. Louis U. High will be sustained for future generations. Donors can create and name endowed funds starting with gifts of $50,000. SLUH is honored to recognize these named funds in our annual Gratitude Report and across campus alongside our named Scholarships.
Funds can be created to support departments or programs within four priority areas:
minimum gift: $50,000
Named funds are initiated with gifts of $50,000, which can be made through installments over a few years.
minimum gift: $500,000
Maturing Funds grow to a point where a substantial impact is made on the donor’s area of interest. Donors receive reports on the impact and growth of their fund through ongoing contributions and appreciation from the SLUH endowment.
minimum gift: $1,000,000
Endowed funds of $1,000,000 assure the financial viability of programs and departments at SLUH throughout its third century and beyond. Donors receive reports on the impact and growth of their fund through ongoing contributions and appreciation from the SLUH endowment. Donors who create or grow Establishment Funds are proudly recognized by SLUH as members of the St. Ignatius of Loyola, SJ Society, constituting the school's most impactful donors.
Endowed faculty positions
minimum gift: $2,000,000
SLUH is honored to name chairs of departments or directorships of major programs with gifts of $2,000,000.
For more information, contact Sean Agniel ’96, Director of Advancement at firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Gone but not forgotten"
The Stephen Aylward '64 Fund for Social Studies is just one example of how an endowed fund can preserve SLUH academic excellence for future generations.