If you are interested in learning more about creating endowments for your family or friends, click here. Our family has created two endowments to further a child’s education. Please review the endowments and join in our effort to brighten a child’s future.
This endowment is open to donations and the recipients reside in Columbus, Nebraska. Each year a student 7th-11th grade who exemplifies leadership and encourages laughter receive the “Kathyrn Kuta Sweenie Humanitarian Award” a tuition assistance scholarship. Kathy’s endowed scholarships principal is never invaded and the annual earnings are awarded in scholarship form using Kathy’s scholarship guidelines. As a past Scholar, President of her Class of 1959 and Cheerleader who encouraged love and laughter…my Aunt Kathy would have been honored to have you join her in making a difference in a child’s life.
•Scotus Mission Statement•
“Scotus Central Catholic High School assures all students the opportunity to receive a faith-based Catholic education through academic excellence and diverse extracurricular activities.”
This endowment is open to donations for recipients of the East Bay of Northern California. Each year a student 9th-11th grade who exemplifies leadership and encourages laughter receive the “Brother James Zachary Ward Humanitarian Award” a tuition assistance scholarship. Brother Zacharys endowed scholarship is grandfathered into an assisted principal that is never invaded and the annual earnings are awarded in scholarship form using Brother Zachary’s scholarship guidelines. As a teacher at DLS and devoted Christian Brother, my Uncle Jim encouraged love and laughter…my Godfather Jim would have been honored to have you join him and the brothers in making a difference in a young man’s life.
•De La Salle’s Mission Statement•
“Our Mission Statement and Expected Schoolwide Learning Results speak to our commitment to diversity. We believe that diversity enriches our community and encourages our students to work together to build an environment of trust, acceptance, and brotherhood that will extend to their home communities.”