Donor Societies

Giving Levels
President's Circle $10,000 or more
Salesia Circle $5,000 to $9,999
Ursuline Circle $3,000 to $4,999
Angeline Circle $1,000 to $2,999

Sacred Heart Society members are an elite group of donors that make a leadership gift to the annual fund, scholarship, endowment, special projects or make a restricted gift in support of Sacred Heart Schools in a cumulative amount of $1,000 or more annually. Sacred Heart Society donors are invited to an annual dinner to celebrate the year's successes. Their names also appear in the Annual Report and other printed materials throughout the year. For more information contact Beth Clingaman at 502-736-6467.

Partners in Heart

Partners in Heart have committed to making monthly gifts to Sacred Heart totaling $100 or more throughout at least four months in a fiscal year. These sustaining gifts are extremely important to the annual fund, providing a guaranteed monthly revenue stream. By committing to a monthly gift, donors are able to make a greater impact with their giving. While a lump sum of perhaps $1,000 might be difficult for someone to give, spreading that amount out over a year equates to just $83.33 each month.

To find out more about becoming a Sacred Heart Society member or Partner in Heart, please contact Kacy Noltemeyer.

Sacred Heart Society Dinner 2016

Donors, SHS administrators and friends gathered at the Olmstead on the evening of September 14 for the annual Sacred Heart Society Dinner. The annual event honors the meaningful contributions of society-level donors. Guests were treated to music from the SHSA harp ensemble, student speaker from SHA and remarks from SHMS' new principal Dr. Michael Bratcher. Beautiful centerpieces showcased unique programming from our four campus schools. SHS Board member and long time supporter E. Peter Rutledge was recognized as the Laurel Award recipient for his years of generous support and service. See below for photos from this year's event.

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