Class of '81 - Mike Feder Memorial Scholarship gifts

Our class president, Mike Feder, was an embodiment of the Jesuit tradition of "men for others." At the 35-year reunion last September, many of us shared fond memories of "Feds" and how he touched our lives -- and the lives of so many others -- before his untimely death from brain cancer in 2012. In these conversations, the idea of a memorial scholarship was born.

With leadership from over 15 members of the Class of '81, we have undertaken the task to fully-endow this memorial scholarship in the next four years...prior to our 40-year reunion. This is an audacious goal, since a fully-endowed scholarship at SLUH requires gifts totaling $300,000. But we feel confident that our class has the capacity and generosity to meet this goal over the next four years.

As of May 15, 2017, we have gifts and pledges totaling over $40,000 to the fund. Thanks to the 35 classmates who have made a gift! That is a great start, but we need further support to reach our goal.

If you would like to make a 4-year pledge, send an email with details (amount, payment schedule, etc.) to Joe Patke in the SLUH Advancement Office at jpatke@sluh.org. SLUH will send you reminders on the schedule that you choose.

Some have asked about donating stocks or other appreciated securities, as this is a very tax-wise method of giving. >CLICK HERE to download a printable instruction sheet on giving publicly-traded securities to SLUH.

You can use the form below to make a gift with any major credit card. You can also set up a recurring gift, in which your credit card is charged monthly or quarterly at an amount you choose. See the form below for details.

Michael J. Feder '81 Memorial Scholarship Donation Form

Giving Publicly-Traded Stock

Giving appreciated stock is one of the most tax-wise methods of making a gift to SLUH. You receive an income tax deduction for the current market value of the stock, and you avoid capital gains tax. CLICK HERE for a printable instruction sheet on making a gift of stock to SLUH.