Your gift to the Saint Benedict Education Foundation is fully tax-deductible as we are a registered non-profit 501(c)3 corporation as designed by the Internal Revenue Service.
Several giving options are available:
Become A Patron
an organization designed to invite you to become more actively involved in the activities of the Foundation and a social network to join others in some interesting and enjoyable activities. Each chapter will be comprised of a set of officers and up to 25 members.
The Chair in Sacramental Theology was established to honor Abbot Salvatore Marsili, O.S.B., the founder of the Pontifical Institute of Liturgy.
The Chair in Sacramental Theology was established to honor Cardinal Augustin Mayer, O.S.B., a former rector and member of the faculty at Sant’ Anselmo.
The Benedictine Mission House Scholarship supports Benedictines studying at Sant' Anselmo.
The North Korean Student Scholarship supports North Korean students studying at Sant' Anselmo.
The Benedictine Oblate Sponsored Scholarship Fund
John and Laurie Perchak of Danville, California, have established a scholarship endowment fund, the Perchak Family African Community Scholarship Fund, to support the education of African monks and nuns at Sant’ Anselmo. They have a particular interest in helping those students from African countries where the Church is experiencing tremendous growth and challenges.
The Saint Pius X Abbey Scholarship supports Benedictines studying at Sant' Anselmo.
The Saint Scholastica Scholarship provides financial assistance for Benedictine women to pursue advanced studies at Sant’ Anselmo.
The John Sheetz Scholarship supports students undertaking doctoral studies at Sant' Anselmo.
The Mr. and Mrs. Robert Steel Scholarship supports Kenyan students students at Sant' Anselmo.
Make a contribution in memory of a deceased family member, colleague, friend or loved one.
Become a partner in the work of the Saint Benedict Education Foundation, and have an impact on the work of Benedictines worldwide.
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