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Twenty-five Degrees and Loving It!
Written by: Tony Quattrochi, Development Staff Member
The alarm goes off at 4:30 A.M. It’s a school day but she’s not getting up early to complete an assignment at the last minute. She places her workout clothes in a bag and on top places her most expensive footwear. She drives from Westchester to Franklin Park and once she enters the building the temperature will change to a consistent sixty-four degrees. It will be noticeably more chilled when she skates onto the ice, which is kept solid at about twenty-five degrees.
Iyanna Lusk, Westchester resident and junior at St. Joseph High School, doesn’t mind the cold or READ MORE...
2017 Charger Club Investor Appreciation Event
We hosted our Charger Club Investor Appreciation Event on Thursday evening, September 28th on campus utilizing the Chapel and the Global Resource Center (GRC) for a prayer service of thanksgiving and for hospitality. About 100 of our
St. Joseph donor community were able to be on hand with their guests. There was such a positive energy expressed by those who could be present.
The evening began with a reception in the GRC, followed by a Prayer of Thanksgiving, some remarks by Brother Thomas Harding, FSC and then a program of recognition and acknowledgements emceed by Joel Kolner for our 2017 Naming Dedications, Circle of Honor, St. Joseph The Worker, and St. Joseph The Worker Family Awardees. A few of our honorees spoke following their recognition and their brief remarks were moving and from the heart!
Naming Dedication: Ken & Helen Guido Social Studies Department presented to Diane Guido Berner IHM '70 in honor of her parents.
Below you can view the program, remarks and prayer, event program, slideshow of the honorees and photos from the event. Please find links to these items below for your reference.
(Item of note: please allow a moment for the files to open as some of the links are large in size.)
Thank you so very much for all you do for St. Joseph High School. We are truly blessed to have you as friends! We are so grateful to you!
St. John Baptist De La Salle - Pray for us.
St. Joseph - Pray for us.
Live Jesus in our Hearts - Forever!
Br. Thomas Harding, FSC
Class of 1972
Naming Dedication: Stachniak Family Foyer presented to John Stachniak '82.
2017 Circle of Honor Award Recipients (left to right): Vince Genova '83, Tom Chlada '80, Br. Thomas Harding, FSC (presenter), Mike Macken '67, and Joe Tortorich '99.
2017 St. Joseph The Worker Recipients (left to right): Br. Thomas Harding, FSC (presenter), Mark Polivka '70, Michael Connelly '82, Jeff Tobolski '82, and Jim Lenc '78.
2017 St. Joseph The Worker Family - The Chvatal Family (pictured left to right) John Chvatal, Jr. '93, Michael Chvatal '98, Gene Pingatore (presenter), John Chvatal, and Sue (Corcoran) Chvatal IHM '69, and Br. Thomas Harding, FSC (presenter).
Double Your Donation to St. Joseph High School
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Thank you to everyone who participated in Welcome Garden Brick Campaign! We are thrilled to share the progress of the project thus far that began last week...landscaping and benches coming soon!
If you are interested in purchasing a brick to be added to this special area, please click the order form below. A standard size brick (4"x8") allows for four lines of lettering ($125). A large brick (8"x8") allows for 6 lines of lettering ($225).
Proceeds from the Brick Campaign are used for Financial Aid and Scholarships.
Email your complete form to Kathy Taylor at email@example.com or mail to St. Joseph High School, Attn: Kathy Taylor, 10900 West Cermak Road, Westchester, IL 60154.
8" x 8" sample from St. Joseph Alumnus, Tom Begg, Jr. '64. Thank you, Begg Family!
4'' x 8'' sample brick purchased by some of our 1970 IHM alumnae. Thank you, Tigers!
Signum Fidei Society
Leave Your Legacy at St. Joseph High School
Consider joining the Signum Fidei Society. This special group of committed alumni and friends have remembered St. Joseph High School through planned gifts. There are a variety of ways to join this group and we hope you will consider leaving a legacy gift to St. Joseph High School.
Planned Giving Opportunities
Wills and Trustmake up the largest portion of planned gifts. You may include St. Joseph High School in your planning, and St. Joseph High School can assist you and your attorney with the appropriate language to carry out your intentions.
Charitable Gift Annuities pay a fixed-rate annual income to you or another beneficiary for life, in return for a gift. When the beneficiary passes on, the principal annuity is gifted to St. Joseph High School as you directed. Donors also may enjoy a tax deduction and a portion of tax-free income.
Gifts of Life Insurance can be in the form of a paid up policy that is no longer needed, a current policy, a new policy with St. Joseph High School as the owner and beneficiary, or a policy with St. Joseph High School as a partial beneficiary.
Real Estate Gifts can take the form of an outright gift of your home, farm or vacation property or a retained life estate where donors Deed their property to St. Joseph High School, continue to use the property for as long as they choose and receive a tax deduction for the value of the property.
We are grateful for the support of the Signum Fidei Society members and all who support St. Joseph High School. If you would like to learn more or become a member, please contact Br. Thomas Harding, FSC at 708-562-4433, ext. 114 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Ways of Giving to SJHS
ONLY BY GIVING
ARE YOU ABLE
MORE THAN YOU
- JIM ROHN
Ways of Giving to St. Joseph High School
1. Online - Our online giving site is secure and easy to use. We accept MasterCard, Visa, Discover, and American Express. Click here to make a gift now.
2. Mail - If you prefer to make your gift by mail, you may send your check, money order, or credit card authorization to the address below. Please do not send cash. Checks and money orders may be made payable to St. Joseph High School and mailed to the attention of the Development office.
St. Joseph High School, Attention: Development Office, 10900 West Cermak Road, Westchester, IL 60154
3. Phone - Call us at 708.562.7488 to charge your gift to your credit card any weekday from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Central time. During the holiday break (Dec. 21 – Jan. 1), please email Kathy Taylor at email@example.com and she will follow up with you via phone.
4. Gifts of Stock - St. Joseph High School can receive gifts of publicly traded stock must have been held for at least one year and must have appreciated in value. Before transferring securities please call the Development Office at 708.562.7488, ext. 153 to inform us the gift is forthcoming.
Your brokerage firm will ask for the following information to electronically transfer shares:
Cetera Investment Services, St. Cloud, MN
Account Name: Christian Brothers of the Midwest, Inc.
DTC Clearing Number: 0701
Account Number: 8BA01767 (a zero, not the letter O)
Federal Tax I.D. Number: 36-4027959
The shares of stock donated will be sold upon receipt. An acknowledgement will be sent to the donor.
5. Donor Advised Funds - St. Joseph can accept gifts from Donor Advised Funds.
6. IRA Charitable Rollover - At this time Congress has not yet acted to renew the IRA Charitable Rollover Provision for 2015.
When renewed, this provision allows donors age 70 ½ and older to transfer their required minimum distribution up to $100,000 a year directly to a qualified charity, free of federal income tax. The IRA Charitable Rollover is not included in the donor’s adjusted gross income, and counts towards the taxpayer’s required minimum distribution for the year.
Once the provision has been extended, we will notify our friends and donors via email and on our website.
7. Remember St. Joseph High School in your will - Please call Joel Kolner, Director of Advancement, if you would like to remember St. Joseph High School in your will.
Thank you for considering St. Joseph High School for your charitable giving!
St. Joseph - IHM on Facebook!
Welcome alumni, parents, faculty and friends!
Welcome to our new online community. Membership is FREE and available exclusively to our alumni and friends!
This is St. Joseph's/IHM's private, online community created exclusively for high school alumni, faculty and friends. It is a secure, password-protected environment established by the Office of Alumni Relations.
Once you register, an email will be sent to confirm your membership and validate your email address. Be sure to click on the link in this email so your account can be activated.
Please be patient with the site as it's being developed and content is being added. *Most of the information on the site is for testing and development purposes and will be replaced with better content as soon as possible.
Become a member and take advantage of the following services:
Reconnect with faculty and former classmates
Organize class reunions
Discover ways to support your school
Share alumni news and activities
Message boards for In Memorial, Lost/Missing Alumni, Career & Volunteer Center, Class Notes, School & Alumni News
Subscriptions to keep you updated by e-mail of classmates and message board updates
Alumni directory that's searchable by class, by name or by occupation
Lost / missing alumni directory to help find people that others are looking for
Social networking (Facebook, Skype, MySpace and LinkedIn) support
Search for friends and make new connections with the online community! All you need to do to take advantage of all the community has to offer is to proceed through the registration process to establish an account.
Be sure to check out the list of reunions and events posted to the left in "Upcoming Events". If you are a planner of a future event, be sure to read "Event planning information / add an event" for tips and information to make your event a success.
Site Administrator / Community Manager
Stephanie Morton, Manager of Development Operations
WANTED: St. Joseph School Newspapers
We are looking for back issues of the St. Joseph school newspaper for our archives. Anyone whom wishes to donate their back issues please contact the St. Joseph Development Office: 708-562-7488 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Keep your e-mail and mailing addresses current and you'll receive the details for all alumni information, activities, events, and reunions.