Every gift made, regardless of the size, truly makes an impact and allows our students to flourish and reach their greatest potential.
The Bishop Guertin Annual Fund is a critical source of support for the School. Your contribution provides unrestricted support, allowing the school to determine the most pressing needs while relieving the burden on tuition. Gifts to the Annual Fund allows us to continue to provide students from all backgrounds access to the extraordinary opportunities that Bishop Guertin offers.
Your secure donation can be made using the form below. Please scroll down for additional ways to give.
To donate by phone, please call Dakota Bilodeau `17, Assistant Director of Advancement, at 603-966-4329.
IT MAY TAKE A FEW MINUTES FOR YOUR DONATION TO PROCESS. PLEASE ONLY HIT DONATE ONCE TO AVOID BEING CHARGED MULTIPLE TIMES. ONCE YOUR GIFT GOES THROUGH, YOU WILL BE REDIRECTED TO A CONFIRMATION PAGE. THANK YOU FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING.
Ways to Give
Donate By Mail
We welcome your tax-deductible contributions to any of our endeavors listed below. Please make your contributions payable to:
Bishop Guertin High School
Please mail donations to:
Bishop Guertin High School
Attn: Advancement Office
194 Lund Road, Nashua, NH 03060
Make a Secure Online Gift
Charge your tax-deductible donation on your VISA, Mastercard, Discover, or American Express. It’s easy, fast, and a great way to support continuing enhancements to our school, facilities, extra-curricular programs, or other areas of interest.
By committing to a recurring gift, you are providing us with consistent and reliable funding for the school through a monthly donation. It’s easy to enroll with a debit or credit card using our safe and secure online giving form. You determine the amount of your monthly contribution and we will charge you on or around the same date each month.
Company Matching Gift Program
Increase your giving potential! Have you checked to see if your employer participates in a Matching Gift Program? It’s an easy way to have your tax-deductible contribution to Bishop Guertin multiplied to make twice the difference to the future of the school.
Gifts in Kind
Gifts of personal property are accepted if they can serve a worthwhile purpose in the life of the school. A description of the item donated is provided by the donor to the Advancement Office. The donor must determine the value of the item for tax purposes.
Qualified Charitable Distributions (QCD)
What is a QCD and how can it support The Bishop Guertin Annual Fund?
A Qualified Charitable Distribution (QCD) is a withdrawal from an individual Retirement Account (IRA) that is sent directly to a charity (i.e. The Bishop Guertin Annual Fund). You, as the donor, instruct your IRA custodian to send the funds directly to Bishop Guertin High School. Donors should be 70 ½ or older at the time of the donation. While you are supporting The BG Annual Fund, you will also reduce your taxes. Once you reach 70 ½ you are required to withdraw funds annually from your IRA and report the distributions as income on your tax returns. For example – if you are required to withdraw $10,000 from your IRA in 2022, that may increase your income this year by $10,000. Keeping your taxable income lower may reduce the impact to certain tax credits and deductions, including Social Security and Medicare.
How much can I contribute to Bishop Guertin via a QCD?
Donors can transfer as much as $100,000 a year from their IRA to any combination of qualified charities, and none of that money would be taxed. The limit is $100,000 a year per person, not per IRA. For a QCD to count towards your current year’s Required Minimum Distributions (RMD), the funds must come out of your IRA by your RMD deadline, generally December 31st. It is recommended that you reach out to your IRA adviser as soon as possible.
For additional information on QCDs, please visit the IRS website https://www.irs.gov/retirement-plans/retirement-plans-faqs-regarding-iras-distributions-withdrawals
You can also reach out to Julie Prangley, Advancement Director at firstname.lastname@example.org