Carmel Society

Carmel Society members are foundational supporters of Carmel Catholic High School, providing funding for scholarships, curriculum enhancements, student life, facilities improvements and more. Carmel Society members are leadership donors of $1,000 or more who are deeply committed to our mission, purpose and goals.

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President’s Circle
- $20,000 +
Saint Titus Brandsma Circle - $15,000 to $19,999
Mary Frances Clarke Circle - $10,000 to $14,999
Scholar’s Circle - $5,000 to $9,999
Benefactor’s Circle - $2,500 to $4,999
Stewardship Circle - $1,000 to $2,499



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Every dollar of your support goes toward the betterment of our students. Leadership gifts can be transformative for Carmel and its students enabling the full implementation of our mission.

Models of Generosity
Carmel Society members are philanthropic examples for other members of the Carmel Catholic community and are honored and recognized for their special donations, including:

• Yearly recognition on the Honor Roll of Donors in the School’s main lobby
• Special listing in Carmel Catholic High School’s Annual Report
• Invitations to Carmel Society member-only events
• Thank you gifts that identify you as a Carmel Society member

The minimum leadership level is $1,000. Fulfillment of your contribution can be achieved through a one-time gift through cash, check or bank transfer, Pledge commitment (completion required by June 30 of the fiscal year), or assets in stock, IRA distributions, Donor Advised Funds assets. You can choose the level of giving that will fit your philanthropic goals. We can also arrange a multiyear commitment at a minimum of $1,000 payment per year.

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"Carmel Catholic holds a fond place in my heart. I had a wonderful experience during my high school years at Carmel. It is a part of who I am today. We give to Carmel because we believe in Carmel’s Mission. We hope many other young people should have an opportunity to be a part of Carmel. We feel so strongly about Carmel that we have made it a part of our estate plan, in addition to our annual contributions." - Paul Zudyk ‘83