Ways of Giving
All gifts made to St. Mary's Academy are essential to the continued advancement of the school. Annual Fund dollars, raised and spent each school year, enhance the educational environment at SMA. Charitable gifts provide personal satisfaction and may provide significant tax benefits. How do people participate?
Tax deductible to the full extent of the law and payable with cash, check or credit card. Pledge payment schedules are available
Your employer may double or even triple your gift to SMA. Obtain information from your company’s Human Resources office to initiate a match.
Gala Sponsor/Ticket Purchases & Auction Donations
SMA’s annual Gala and Auction provides tuition assistance benefiting more than 25% of our students.
Graham Family Golf Invitational
Most often in the form of a stock gift, contributions of appreciated assets can save you tax dollars while benefiting St. Mary’s Academy.
A memorial gift to St. Mary’s Academy is a special way to honor family members and friends who have been important in your life. A memorial gift made to SMA’s Endowment Fund could provide an enduring tribute to someone special to you.
Including St. Mary’s Academy in your will can help you plan for the future and allow us to recognize you today through the Loretto Legacy Society.
Members of SMA’s President’s Partnership contribute $1,000 or more to the Annual Fund and/or participate as a Golf/Gala sponsor. Under the leadership of Tracey Gau, President’s Partnership Chair, President’s Partnership members continue to set the standard of giving at SMA.
Pioneer $10,000 +
Achiever $5,000 - $9,999
Founder $2,500 - $4,999
Partner $1,000 - $2,499
You may contribute online at:
Or mail your contribution to:
St. Mary's Academy
4545 South University Boulevard
Englewood, CO 80113
"After three states, three children and experience in both private and public schools, we believe we have found a hidden treasure at St. Mary's Academy! We give to SMA because the school truly excels in providing a foundation for learning that prepares students for success in the coming years."