Corsairs for Corsairs Fund

Corsairs for Corsairs

Now more than ever, let’s remain #CARMELSTRONG!


 “During this COVID-19 crisis, it is critical we provide every resource available to assist our students in meeting their educational goals. Thank you in advance for your consideration.”

God Bless,
Brad Bonham, Ph.D., President


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As we navigate through these challenging times, Carmel Catholic is working hard to protect the health and well-being of our entire community. Carmel Catholic is committed to meeting the emerging and ongoing needs of our students and our entire community during the COVID-19 pandemic. First and foremost, our goal is to assist our students. A number of our students are experiencing personal hardships during these uncertain times and many are facing new expenses. Carmel Catholic remains committed to maintaining its ability to meet demonstrated student financial aid needs so that current students and the newly admitted Class of 2024 can access a Carmel Catholic education.

To address these challenges, we are launching a new initiative: the Corsairs for Corsairs Fund.  This fund will allow Carmel Catholic to quickly address unexpected challenges, which include:

  • The growing need for scholarship funding for both current students and the newly admitted freshmen for next year  
  • Support technology needs for student eLearning
  • Supporting the work of our incredible faculty to maintain academic excellence as class instruction is adapted to eLearning
  • Provide critical operation budget funding due to the current fluctuation in the economy

Please consider making a gift to the Corsairs for Corsairs Fund, which supports the most pressing needs of Carmel Catholic during this challenging time. Let's come together as Corsairs for Corsairs.

The CARES Act raises the charitable deduction limit from 60 percent to 100 percent of adjusted gross income for itemizers, and non-itemizers can now deduct up to $300 in charitable giving. C-Corporations can also deduct 25 percent of their taxable income, rather than 10 percent.