Learners Today, Leaders Tomorrow

Ways to Give

Federal Tax ID Number: 11-2294328

Online Giving

Giving has never been easier with our ONLINE FORM. You can make a gift using Master Card, Visa, American Express, Discover, and Debit Card.

If paying by check, please make checks payable to Bishop Loughlin MHS. and mail to:

Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School
Development Department
357 Clermont Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11238

Corporate Matching Gifts

Many companies encourage their employees to make charitable contributions by matching their philanthropic support. The impact of corporate matching support can be enormous. To find out if your employer has a matching gift program, consult your human resources office, which will provide you with a matching gift form.

Planned Gifts

Leave a gift for Loughlin through a will, living trust or retirement plan. Your planned gift will benefit Loughlin for generations to come. Click Here for more information or contact 718-857-2700 x2251.

Appreciated Stocks and Securities

If your investments in the financial markets have greatly appreciated, you can use these assets without losing a substantial portion of your earnings to the capital gains tax by making your gift with appreciated stock. You must have owned the stock for at least one year to receive tax benefits. Please consult your tax advisor for further details and contact the Loughlin brokerage account:

Janney Montgomery Scott
Ann Marie Brancato, Broker
575 Lexington Avenue
New York, NY 10022
Fax: 212-752-5584
Acct. #: MK17 1585-2061 DTC-374
Acct. Name: Bishop Loughlin MHS


You can pledge a gift to Loughlin and make partial payments over a specified period of time. Pledges typically are fulfilled in less than one fiscal year.


Loughlin accepts donations of goods and services from both individuals and corporations. Examples include office supplies, catering, flowers for events, prizes for fundraisers and raffles, etc. For more information about in-kind gifts, please call (718) 857-2700 x2208.


Both real estate and personal property such as residences, buildings, antiques, jewelry, artwork, coin collections or other collectibles qualify as charitable gifts.