As an alumnus, parent, grandparent, or friend of Brother Martin, there are many ways you can support the mission of Brother Martin High School. I welcome you to call or visit to discuss the various ways for you to assist. We’d appreciate your support of the Brother Martin Fund through Alumni Giving or Parent Giving. You can contribute to our “building for the future” through our Capital Campaign. You can become a member of the Society of 1869 through planned giving, or you can donate to one of the several scholarships or endowments we already have established. You may also support Brother Martin through attending, sponsoring, or volunteering at one of our many events such as the Auction, Golf Tournament, or Tennis Tournament among others. I invite you to visit us here on campus and participate in The Building of the Future of Brother Martin High School.
If you have any questions or would like to assist us in furthering the mission of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart, please visit the various pages of the Advancement section or contact me at (504) 284-6700 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kenny Spellman ’84
Advancement & Alumni Director
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