School Endowment

Gifts from alumni, parents, students, friends, corporations and foundations help Saint John Vianney School continue to prepare students with a solid Catholic education and confidence to enter high school successfully. Donations provide supplies that support the curriculum in the areas of art, music, physical education, science, office and technology. Contributions also help off-set larger purchases for classroom textbooks, library research materials and newer equipment. Saint John Vianney School is a non-profit entity with 501(c)3 status.

You can help make a difference for our students by:

  • Making a cash gift to Saint John Vianney School—ask if your employer will match your gift. Generally, Human Resources Department personnel should be able to assist you.
  • Making a gift of appreciated stock.
  • Including Saint John Vianney Parish in your estate plans.
  • Praying for our students, their families, teachers and staff of our parish as well as our benefactors and our volunteers.


For more information on how to donate, contact the director of administrative services. Funds may be designated to the Parish Endowment, School Endowment Fund, School Fund or Special Interests.

School Endowment Fund

Contributions to the School Endowment Fund are placed to work in a variety of investments where the principal remains intact and only the interest income is utilized to support the school after the fund reaches a designated amount. Gifts to the School Endowment are “funds for the future.”

School Fund

Contributions to School Fund are placed in the general operating budget and used to support fine arts, technology, or other non-budgeted curriculum enhancements. Gifts to the School Fund are used within the school year.

Special Interests

Specific programs such as technology, music, fine arts, individual classrooms and / or school-wide improvements, etc have received directed donations to enhance areas not supported within the school operating or Home and School Association budget. Gifts of this nature benefit the parish as well as the school.  Contact the Principal for more information.