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A Guerin Catholic education is priceless, but costly. The Providence Fund is one of Guerin Catholic’s hardest working resources. Put simply, it allows us to keep our mission alive by supporting nearly every initiative at our school. Regardless of size, each gift is essential. 100% of faculty and staff have impacted the fund by making a gift this year. You can make a difference, too; to the 51% of students that received financial awards this year, to the student seeking academic assistance, to the student athletes,  to the aspiring actors, to the future chemists and artists, to the future priests, sisters and religious that are discerning God’s will in a supportive environment.  Gifts to the Providence Fund insure that more young men and women become brothers and sisters in Christ and go on to spread their wings to impact our world.


Why not raise tuition to cover those expenses?

With great attention and care, the Guerin Catholic School Governing Board and administration set a tuition rate that is considerably less per student than the actual expense. We do this because we recognize the importance of our mission in making Catholic education as affordable as possible.

How can I make a gift to the Providence Fund?

The school accepts gifts of cash, securities, and most major credit cards. This can be done in one of three ways:

  • Mail your gift to:
    Guerin Catholic High School
    Attn: Kelly Ann Janssen
    15300 Gray Road
    Noblesville, IN 46062
  • Schedule an appointment with Kelly Ann Janssen, Director of The Providence Fund, 317-582-0120 ext. 319

Is my gift tax-deductible?

Contributions are fully tax-deductible in accordance with IRS regulations. Donors receive a receipt for their records.

Will my company match my gift I am giving to Guerin Catholic?

Many companies offer a matching gift program for their employees and will match gifts made to Guerin Catholic. Please contact your human resources department for proper documentation as an easy way to double your gift.