Ways to Give
We thank you for your generous donations! The continued and consistent generosity of the Assumption Community makes it possible for the school to uphold the tradition of excellence in its education. There are many ways to make a contribution – our goal is to help you find the right one for you and your family.
Cash, Check or by Credit Card
Gifts can be made by calling our Financial Office at 626.793.2089 ext. 245.
Checks should be made payable to Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary School and be mailed
Credit card gifts can be made securely online at https://school.abvmpasadena.org/donationform/
It is secure, fast and easy.
To find out if your company will match your donation to Assumption School please click here to view a list of matching gift companies
If your company is eligible, request a matching gift form from your employer and send it completed and signed with the receipt of your gift. We will do the rest. The impact of your gift to our school may be doubled or possibly tripled! Some companies even match gifts made by retirees and/or spouses.
If you do not find your employer in this search, please contact your human resources or matching gifts department to see if you can establish a matching gifts program with Assumption School.
If you would like assistance — or to notify Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary School that you have included us in your Will or Estate Planning — please email email@example.com or call at 626-793-2089.
To make a bequest to support Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary School, please be sure to consult with your financial and/or legal advisors and have a phrase such as the following inserted in your will or codicil.
“I give, devise, and bequeath, to Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary School, a nonprofit California public benefit corporation with business address of 2640 E. Orange Grove, Pasadena, California 91107, the sum of _________ dollars [or otherwise describe the gift or assets] for its general purposes and use at the discretion of the Principal of Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary School.”