BREBEUF PHILANTHROPY WEEK

Philanthropy Week at Brebeuf Jesuit celebrates two of the core components that are critical to our learning community – our rich tradition of educating men and women for others and the loyal, generous donors who bring that tradition to life.

The Philanthropy Week celebrations begin on Tuesday, September 3 and culminate on Friday, September 6, when we celebrate the greatest day of Philanthropy Week, Giving Day—the day to make your gift to The Brebeuf Fund!

Our #BrebeufGivingDay celebration is headquartered on campus, and our community of alumni, parents, and friends is welcome to join us either at Brebeuf or on social media to share in the excitement of Giving Day! Tell us why YOU give! #BrebeufGives

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GIVING DAY – SEPTEMBER 6, 2019

Thank you for ensuring Brave futures!

GIVE NOW

THE BREBEUF FUND

Your gift to The Brebeuf Fund provides Brebeuf Jesuit faculty and staff the necessary resources to put our core values into action –with exceptional academics and teaching, spiritual growth opportunities, financial aid scholarships for those in need, and supporting the operations of buildings, grounds and campus. Every gift to The Brebeuf Fund has the power to enhance the experience of ALL Brebeuf Jesuit students as well as the remarkable work of Brebeuf Jesuit teachers.  To learn more about how gifts to The Brebeuf Fund benefit our community, visit The Brebeuf Fund page.

Help us meet our Giving Day goal of 200 donors by making your gift TODAY. Thank you for partnering with us to Ensure Brave Futures!

HAPPY BIRTHDAY 

On September 4, 1962, 168 students walked into a brand new building on Route 100, just north of Indianapolis, and became a part of history. Philanthropy Week at Brebeuf Jesuit coincides with this momentous birthday. This tradition celebrates the 57 years this community has been forming men and women for others.

For 57 years, Brebeuf Jesuit has created men and women for others by fostering the spiritual, intellectual, emotional, social, and physical development of its students and providing the tools to become societal leaders who do all things for the greater glory of God.