Giving Opportunities

The Brebeuf Fund

The Brebeuf Fund runs from July 1 – June 30 each year. Pledges to The Brebeuf Fund may be paid in any manner of installments, provided they are paid in full by June 30 of the fiscal year. 

For additional information about The Brebeuf Fund, please click here.

For questions regarding The Brebeuf Fund, please contact the Office of Annual Giving at 317.524.7046.

Angel Fund

As part of Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School’s mission to prepare men and women for leadership in service to others, the Angel Fund was created to provide critical support to students in need. The Angel Fund can be utilized for books, co-curricular student fees, retreats and student trips. Recommendations for award consideration can be made by faculty, staff, alumni and friends of the School.

For questions regarding the Angel Fund, please contact the Office of Annual Giving at 317.524.7046.

Merit Scholars Program

The Brebeuf Jesuit Merit Scholars Program is awarded to eighth grade students scoring in the 99th national percentile on the High School Placement Test (HSPT) are eligible to receive a Merit Scholarship. Donors to the Merit Scholars Program place tremendous value on the academic reputation of Brebeuf Jesuit and wish to help the school remain extremely competitive in the academic arena.

For questions regarding gifts to the Merit Scholars Program, please contact the Office of Annual Giving at 317.524.7046.

The Endowment

With a present value of approximately $12 million, the Brebeuf Jesuit endowment provides steady, annual interest to support many needs of the school. Essentially, the endowment helps to ensure the long-term financial health and sustainability of the school.

While all gifts to existing endowed funds are welcomed and appreciated, a minimum gift of $25,000 can establish a new endowed fund at Brebeuf Jesuit. All gifts are invested and scholarships are awarded from the net income. An endowed scholarship may be funded with an immediate gift, a pledge payable over a period of up to five years, or an estate gift.

An endowed scholarship may be established to honor family, friends or the donor. Although criteria for awarding the scholarship should be as flexible as possible, the staff of the Office for Institutional Advancement is eager to work with you to develop an award that is meaningful to you and your loved ones and best reflects your intent. Criteria are set in consultation with a member of the Brebeuf Jesuit Advancement Staff to ensure compliance with school guidelines and policies.

For questions regarding the Endowment, please contact Jamie Elkins, Vice President for Institutional Advancement, at jelkins@brebeuf.org or 317.524.7093.