Helping Future Marauders

Jesuit Magazine Summer 22
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The cornerstone of Jesuit’s mission is following the teachings of St. Ignatius that no qualified student should be denied a Jesuit education because of financial need. With the rising costs of private education, there are students across the greater Sacramento region who cannot afford the opportunity to become part of “The Brotherhood.” To ensure these deserving young men are given the opportunity to receive the Jesuit education they desire, Jesuit President Rev. John P. McGarry, S.J., has identified doubling the Jesuit Scholarship Endowment by 2028 as a key strategic goal for the school.

If every alumnus gave just $10 per month, the endowment would raise over $1. 3 million dollars annually!

Wanting to encourage his fellow alums to help make a difference, Tim Jeffries ’81 has joined Fr. McGarry, Fr. Ed Harris and other alumni to launch the Alumni Class Scholarship project. To date, the classes of 1969,1980, 1981, 1984, 1997, 1999, and 2022 have already begun donating to their Class Scholarships. With 56 graduated classes, imagine the monumental impact of having a scholarship funded by each class!

All alumni are invited to add “helping future Marauders” to their list of accomplishments by donating to their class scholarship. Join us at the Scholarship Event which also supports the Scholarship Endowment,