As Gonzaga College High School moves toward its 200th year, the spirit and vision of St. Ignatius Loyola continues to pervade all aspects of the school and its community. That Gonzaga has endured through tough times and prospered through good times is due in large part to the generosity of its benefactors who share in the school’s mission to educate boys to become “men for others.” Bequests and other forms of Planned Gifts can provide high-impact philanthropy and play a vital role in the school’s fiscal well-being.
The Forever Gonzaga Society
The Forever Gonzaga Society was established to recognize those alumni, parents and friends who, by making legacy gifts through their estate planning, are helping to ensure that the educational excellence and spiritual guidance they have come to cherish remain available for generations to come. To become a member of the Forever Gonzaga Society one need to simply notify verbally or in writing the designated person(s) in the Advancement Office that they either already included Gonzaga estate plans, or are in the process of making a gift through their estate plans. For efficient record keeping, it is preferable that members fill out a Legacy Confirmation Form and return it to:
Gonzaga College High School
Office of Advancement
19 Eye Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20001
Forever Gonzaga Society members are invited to the annual St. Aloysius Dinner held each fall and will have their names published in perpetuity in the school’s annual Honor Roll of Donors.
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