St. Thomas Aquinas can not continue to accomplish its mission without your support! Please help STA continue to make a difference in the world through its students.
There are many ways to give to St. Thomas Aquinas High School and Middle School. One of these ways is through the Knight Fund. The Knight Fund is used for a variety of things that benefit our school community including scholarships, arts, music, technology and innovation. Science, engineering, athletics and campus beautification also benefit from this fund. 100% of your donation to the Knight Fund goes directly back to the school.
The St. Thomas Aquinas Scholarship Endowment Fund is a vital source of funding that allows us to provide scholarships to students in need. The endowment is setup to generate a stream of income at a ratio of 25:1. For every $25 donated, the endowment will provide St. Thomas Aquinas with $1 every year in perpetuity. This fund provides reassurance that scholarship dollars will always be available to current and future students.
Planned gifts are an important, and often forgot about way for you to support St. Thomas Aquinas High School. They allow you to leave your legacy and provide tax and income benefits for your retirement or estate. There are many different types of planned gifts, but they all have a permanent impact on our current and future students.
Examples of planned gifts:
Charitable gift annuity
Retirement plan assets
Life insurance policies
How can I give to St. Thomas Aquinas?
- Check – Please make the check payable to St. Thomas Aquinas High School and mail to 2121 Reno Drive, Louisville, OH 44641.
- Credit Card – Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express are accepted.
- Online Giving – Donating to the Knight Fund has never been easier with our online giving option. With the help of Blackbaud payment services, all of your personal information is safely processed online.
- Planned Gifts, Stocks, Life Insurance and Annuities – For more information about these forms of giving, please contact Dan Gravo at 330-875-1631.
If you have any questions, please contact President Dan Gravo: