St. Sebastian’s School is grateful to our generous donors - at every level – who support the School and its mission. Our Giving Societies recognize donors who have made special commitments to the School through their gift, including leadership donors, those who include the School in their wills or estate plans and our young alumni donors.
Donors making gifts of $5,000 or more to the Annual Fund are members of the President's Society, and are honored by the Headmaster and Board of Trustees at the annual President's Society Dinner in the Spring, as well as at the Leadership Society Reception in the Fall. President's Society members receive special recognition in the Annual Report.
Donors making gifts of $1,500 or more to the Annual Fund are members of the Leadership Society, and are honored by the Headmaster and Board of Trustees at the annual Leadership Society Reception in the Fall. Leadership Society members receive special recognition in the Annual Report.
Alumni are also invited to become a member of the Duces Society at a reduced Leadership Gift level (see details below).
The Duces Society recognizes Alumni who have made Leadership gifts ($1,000 and above, and $500 and above prior to 15th Reunion) to the Annual Fund. They are invited to the Leadership Society Reception in the Fall, and are honored by the Headmaster and Board of Trustees at an intimate reception with the Headmaster and fellow Alumni in the Spring. Duces Society Members will receive special recognition in the Annual Report.
Monsignor Charles D. McInnis Society
St. Sebastian’s planned giving society was founded in 1999 and named in honor of the School’s first headmaster, Monsignor Charles D. McInnis. Its purpose is to recognize and honor the individuals and families who support St. Sebastian’s by making a gift by will (bequest) or other legacy gift of $10,000 or more designed to support the school.
Red & Black Society
This society recognizes recent alumni (prior to 5th reunion) whose gifts to the Annual Fund during the fiscal year total $50 or more.