Giving 

Ways to Give

The Guilfoyle Fund

Your gift to the Guilfoyle Fund, first and foremost, helps to close to tuition gap for families who want to give their children the life-changing benefits of a BG education. Every student deserves the best education available, and your gift today makes this possible.

In addition to providing financial aid, the Guilfoyle Fund supports other areas of greatest need and makes sure faculty and students have the tools, technology and resources they need.

EITC

Contributions made through this Pennsylvania tax credit program provide significant support for financial aid scholarships, making a BG education accessible to ALL students and families. Find out if you qualify to donate your PA tax dollars to BG.

Endowments

  • Endowments that support Bishop Guilfoyle benefit our students, families, faculty and staff in perpetuity, assuring a strong and sustainable future. To establish or give to an endowment, contact Joe Adams at BG at (814) 944-4014.

Athletics

 

  • Gifts to the Marauder Club and other athletics fundraisers support our student-athletes, helping them to stay competitive and learn important lessons in teamwork, sportsmanship, resilience and perseverance. Learn more about the Marauder Club.

You are part of BG’s proud legacy and lifelong family.

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