Giving

Charitable Giving is your gift at work for the organization nearest to your heart. Since 1867 Quincy Notre Dame High School has been blessed with many generous donors who have a special place in their hearts for the students, staff and mission of the Quincy area’s only Catholic high school. These donors have chosen to contribute to QND because it is an institution that is an invaluable part of the fabric of the greater Quincy area.

Because of this outpouring of generosity, generations of students have benefited from outstanding academic programs, excellent extracurricular activities and updated facilities. With your help, the tradition of Quincy Notre Dame High School will continue for many years to come.

For more information on ways to contribute to the lives of young people as they pursue Catholic secondary education, contact the QND Development Office at:

Kurt E. Stuckman, Executive Director

Quincy Notre Dame Foundation
1400 South 11th Street • Quincy, Illinois 62301
Phone: (217) 224-2598 • Fax: (217) 224-7836

kstuckman@quincynotredame.org

History of the Quincy Notre Dame Foundation:

In 1977 the Quincy Notre Dame Development Program started, under the direction and leadership of the Quincy Notre Dame Foundation, which had been incorporated in 1968. It also became apparent that substantially regular fund raising efforts were going to have to be made for the support of Quincy Notre Dame High School. Thus the annual giving program was initiated.

The Foundation hired an Executive Director to carry out the Foundation’s business. Annual giving, planned giving, memorial giving and alumni giving programs are a part of the overall Foundation endeavor. The Board of Directors of the Quincy Notre Dame Foundation is separate and distinct from the Board of Directors of the High School, and the Foundation has no control over the budget and operations of the School.

Quincy Notre Dame High School has tax-exempt status under the Springfield Illinois Diocese. The Foundation, on April 23, 1968, received a letter of tax-exempt status on form L-178 from the Internal Revenue Service. It has been, and is now listed in the cumulative list of organizations described in Section 170 (c) as published by the Internal Revenue Service.

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