Ways to Give
Give with Confidence – 4-Star Charity Navigator Rating
We have earned the highest possible rating (4-stars) through Charity Navigator based on our Financial Health and Accountability & Transparency.
Your gift is an investment in the future, providing our inner-city students and their families with the gift of a Catholic education. Join us today and your tax-deductible gift will provide a scholarship to a student in need. Considering that 98% of our students go on to college, transforming lives and building strong communities truly begins with you.
Become a Scholarship Angel – CSF’s monthly giving program!
Scholarship Angels are individuals who take part in our monthly giving program and make it possible for a child to attend a Catholic elementary or high school by providing ongoing support through a reliable, steady stream of income. Join Today
Gifts of stock may be made to the Catholic Schools Foundation, Inc./Inner-City Scholarship Fund. The Catholic Schools Foundation, Inc. maintains a brokerage account with Fidelity for the purpose of processing such transfers. Download our Stock Transfer forms.
Send a Check
Please make checks payable to: The Inner-City Scholarship Fund/Catholic Schools Foundation
Catholic Schools Foundation
Inner-City Scholarship Fund
67 Batterymarch Street, 6th Floor
Boston, MA 02110
If you would like to make a wire transfer or ACH payment, please contact us at 617-778-5981.
Donor Advised Funds
A donor advised Fund (DAF) is a charitable giving program that allows you to make a charitable contribution, receive an immediate tax benefit and then recommend grants from the fund over time. If you have a Donor Advised Fund, DAF Direct enables you to recommend gifts, either one time or sustaining, to the Catholic Schools foundation directly from your DAF. Click here!
Text to Give
CSF now offers the option to Text to Give. Simply text ICSF to 41-444 to make a safe and secure donation from your mobile device!
The CSF Legacy Society
A legacy gift to is a planned future donation to a charity, given through a will or other form of designation. It is a decision that each person makes in their own financial planning process, taking into account their charitable wishes and values. There are many options available that allow you to make a contribution in a way that is the right fit for your philanthropic goals as well as your personal estate. When you include CSF in your estate plans, you improve the lives of low-income students now and well into the future.