Education is a life-long pursuit. Support from community members like you is essential to Guadalupe’s mission of transforming lives through education. Your contributions support the advancement of disadvantaged children and families, helping them in their journey of learning and building skills to elevate them from a generational cycle of poverty and to living a happy, healthy, and full life.
Make a Financial Contribution
Our programs rely on the continued generosity and financial support of individuals just like you. There are several ways to donate:
- Become a monthly sustaining donor to Guadalupe School. You decide the amount you want to give each month (starting at $5/month) and your support will continue monthly as long as you wish. The needs of our students are ongoing and your support will be ongoing too!
- Give a one-time gift. We appreciate any financial contribution at any amount
- Give a gift of stock. Guadalupe School is equipped to accept donations of stock.
All donations are 100% tax deductible.
*Many companies will match their employees charitable contributions. Ask your HR department about your company’s matching gift program.
Guadalupe School is always in need of various items at the school. Check out our wish-list and select a project to help with. We do ask that all items are NEW items. This is a great way to get your church group, family, friends or workplace involved with helping.
Volunteers play a crucial role at Guadalupe, and volunteering your time is a great way to give back. We are always looking for reliable and dedicated individuals to become volunteers. Whether you wish to lend a hand at an event, or engage one-on-one as an Adult Education or Charter School ESL tutor, Guadalupe is grateful for your participation! Due to COVID-19, volunteer opportunities are limited in the school. We hope to begin accepting volunteers into the building sometime in Summer 2021.
Make learning and life-enrichment a part of your legacy. When you give to Guadalupe through your will, trust, or other life income plan, you ensure that Guadalupe remains a leading institution for child and family education, and a center for essential resources for immigrant, refugee, and disadvantaged communities in Utah for generations to come.
For more information on how you can get involved, please contact Becky Youkstetter, Development Director.
(801) 531-6102 or at firstname.lastname@example.org