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Scholarship Giving

St. Anne-Pacelli Education Endowment 
The St. Anne-Pacelli Education Endowment was established to raise and manage endowed funds for scholarships for St. Anne-Pacelli students. Participation is through a tax-deductible contribution to the school: to mark a special occasion, to honor an individual or group, or in memory of a loved one. You may make a gift by cash, check, credit card, online payment, or transfer of stock.

Named Scholarship
If you are able to give at a higher level, talk to us about creating a named scholarship. A named scholarship is a great way to memorialize or honor family members, classmates, or faculty members.  You may make a gift by cash, check, credit card, online payment, or transfer of stock.

Georgia GOAL Scholarship Program
The Georgia GOAL Scholarship Program is a remarkable initiative that enables individuals and businesses to help deserving students access quality K-12 education that may otherwise be out of reach. All Georgia taxpayers are eligible to receive a 100% state income tax credit in exchange for their contributions to Georgia GOAL. Funds raised through GOAL are used to provide tuition assistance for exceptional students desiring to attend St. Anne-Pacelli Catholic School. Learn more here.

Help a child reap the life-shaping rewards of a Catholic education! The Adopt-A-Viking program enables anyone, including local businesses and benefactors, to help families overcome their challenge of tuition. Through this program, you can help provide the resources needed for a child to attend St. Anne-Pacelli Catholic School. In doing so, you will not only make a dramatic difference in the life of a child, but also serve as an example of the compassion and selflessness we strive to instill in our students and our future leaders. Find more details about Adopt-A-Viking here.

The Class of 1966 began a new initiative a few years ago - I Pledge Thirty in December (IPTID). The IPTID program is intended to provide an avenue of last resort for families of motivated students at Pacelli who have fallen on hard times. By providing access to funds in cases of financial emergencies, that could require those families to withdraw their children due to those challenges, the IPTID program is intended to provide a “gap scholarship” as assistance in those cases. Find more details about IPTID here.

For more information, please contact Director of Advancement & Alumni Relations Tiffany Shreve: