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  • 2020-2021 Serviam Annual Fund

  • Impact The Whole Person

    "The Ursuline education is an education of the whole person."

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  • Impact Opportunities

    "Ursuline has given me the chance to explore."
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  • Impact Tradition

    "Ursuline has been a foundation for our success."

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  • Impact Resources

    "This support system definitely helped me achieve the 36!"

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  • Impact Formation

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Gift Clubs

The St. Angela Society
The St. Angela Society has been established to honor the proud legacy of Ursuline Academy of New Orleans. This society is comprised of lead benefactors to the Serviam Annual Fund who, through their generosity demonstrate a commitment to the ideals and mission of Ursuline Academy. Membership in this society is open to all individuals, companies and foundations that make a gift of $1,500 or more to the Serviam Annual Fund during the current fiscal year.
General Gift Clubs
These gifts provide ongoing support to Ursuline Academy. We are grateful to all who participate in the life of Ursuline by making a commitment to make a difference in the lives of our students and the quality of education we are able to offer.

Donate to SAF
The St. Angela Society    Pledge
OLPS Circle $15,000 or more
Serviam Circle $7,500 – $14,999
CLC Circle $5,000 – $7,499
Sweetheart Circle $2,500 – $4,999
President's Circle $1,500 - $2,499
General Giving Clubs Pledge
St. Ursula Club $1,000 – $1,499
Loyalty Club $250 – $999
Courtesy Club $100 – $249
Friends of Ursuline Gifts under $100

Young Alumna Honor Roll

It is never too soon to think about giving back. You can join the Young Alumna Honor Roll by making a gift of $17.27 to the 1727 Club if you graduated between 2015 and 2019. The value of your gift is even greater than the dollar amount. Giving sends a message that the newest generation of alumnae understands the role that philanthropy played in their own education.