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Endowments

You can fund an endowment in various ways. You can give an immediate gift of cash, stocks, securities, real estate, and personal property. You can make a pledge and pay the donation over several years, leave a bequest in your will, or set up an annuity or a trust.

The following endowments have been established within the St. Aloysius Century Foundation. A gift can be made to one of these existing endowments or to establish a new endowment.

Anyone interested in establishing an endowment or donating to an established endowment or wanting more information regarding establishing an endowment may contact Advancement & Alumni Director Kenny Spellman '84 in the Advancement Office at (504) 284-6700.

Endowments:

Bellinger Family Endowment - In Honor of Thomas Bellinger '39

The Bellinger Family Endowment honoring Thomas Bellinger ’39 was established in the St. Aloysius Century Foundation to support Brother Martin High School in accordance with a bequest in his will to support technology, audiovisual materials, textbooks, faculty and staff.

Brother Jean Sobert, S.C. Student Activities Endowment

The Brother Jean Sobert, S.C. Endowment honoring Brother Jean Sobert S.C., was established in the St. Aloysius Century Foundation to support Brother Martin High School in an area very important to him during his years at the school, student activities.

Brother Neal Golden, S.C. Technology Endowment (Established by Julie and Michael Flick '66 SA)

The Brother Neal Golden, S.C. Technology Endowment honoring Brother Neal Golden, S.C. ’57 CJ was established by Julie and Mike Flick ’66 SA in the St. Aloysius Century Foundation to support Brother Martin High School in an area very important to the school, maintaining and enhancing our technology on campus and in the classroom.

Brother Nicholas Geisenberg, S.C. Building Endowment (Established by Gayle and Tom Benson ’44 SA)

The Brother Nicholas, S.C. Building Endowment honoring Brother Nicholas Geisenberg, S.C. was established by Gayle and Tom Benson ’44 in the St. Aloysius Century Foundation to support Brother Martin High School in an area very important to Brother Nicholas during his years at the school, maintaining and enhancing our state-of-the-art facility.

Robert M. "Bob" Conlin Athletics Endowment

The Robert M. “Bob” Conlin Athletics Endowment honoring Bob Conlin was established in the St. Aloysius Century Foundation to support Brother Martin High School in an area very important to Bob during his years at the school, maintaining and enhancing our athletic programs and athletic facilities.

Espinosa-DuRapau Family and Faculty & Staff Development Endowment

The Espinosa-Durapau Endowment for Faculty and Staff Development was established by Victor J. DuRapau, Jr. Ph.D. ’58 CJ in the St. Aloysius Century Foundation to support Brother Martin High School and to provide financial support for Brother Martin teacher and staff development and continuing education.

Gibbs Family Endowment

The Gibbs Family Endowment was established by Marian and Larry Gibbs ’65 CJ in the St. Aloysius Century Foundation to support Brother Martin High School and Brother Martin students in the tradition of academic excellence.

Larry Garvey Campus Ministry/Religion Endowment

The Larry Garvey Campus Ministry and Religion Endowment honoring Larry Garvey ’55, was established in the St. Aloysius Century Foundation to support Brother Martin High School in two areas very important to Larry, Campus Ministry and Religion.

Marty Hurley Band Endowment

The Marty Hurley Band Endowment honoring Marty Hurley was established
in the St. Aloysius Century Foundation to support Brother Martin High School in an area most important to him during his years at the school, the instrumental music program.

Ricky Nuesslein Close-Up Endowment

The Ricky Nuesslein Close-Up Endowment honoring Ricky Nuesslein, was established in the St. Aloysius Century Foundation to support Brother Martin students who attend Close Up, an educational trip in January to Washington, D.C., that informs, inspires, and empowers young people to exercise the rights and accept the responsibilities of citizens in a democracy. A Civics teacher for over 30 years, this was something very important to Ricky.

Trey Culotta Memorial Endowment Fund

The Trey Culotta Memorial Fund was established by Dr. & Mrs. Vincent A. Culotta, Jr. in memory of their son Vincent A. “Trey” Culotta III ’97. The earnings from the fund are designated to support the Trey Culotta Wrestling Invitation Tournament, held each December, and the Brother Martin Crusader wrestling program.