For over 120 years, partners like you have helped Holy Family Institute spread its mission of hope and healing throughout Western Pennsylvania. In 2020 alone, we helped nearly 40,000 children and families build more healthy, responsible lives. Together, we envision a supportive and compassionate community where every child can thrive!
Prefer to donate by check? All payments should be made payable to and mailed to:
HOLY FAMILY FOUNDATION
8235 Ohio River Boulevard
Pittsburgh, PA 15202
Other Ways to Give
Pathways of Promise
The Pathways of Promise Campaign is a three-phase, capital improvement project with the goal of creating a more equitable education experience for Nazareth Prep students.
St. Joseph the Worker Fund
Nazareth Prep’s St. Joseph the Worker Fund provides scholarships and hardship support for students and families.
Through the United Way of Western Pennsylvania or other workplace giving campaigns, you can select Holy Family Institute to receive donations via payroll deduction. For United Way donations, please use Contributor Choice Code 73. Contact Jeannine Lemarie, Development Support Specialist, at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Support an Event
Each year, Holy Family hosts two major fundraising events: our Golf Classic at Nevillewood and the Arthur J. Rooney, Sr. Courage House Luncheon held at Heinz Field. Sponsorships, individual tickets, and advertising opportunities are available for each.
Planned & Estate Giving
Explore the many ways you can help meet your financial goals and maximize your philanthropic giving through a planned or estate gift. Please email Megan McCue, Director of Executive Administration, at email@example.com for more information.
Personal Income Tax Credits
Lower your tax bill by donating to the Yes Fund, LLC. Donors receive a 90% credit against PA income taxes; the equivalent of donating one dollar at a cost of 10 cents. Please contact Michael Sexauer, Executive VP & COO, at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Corporate Tax Credits
The Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) program of the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) offers businesses the opportunity to provide significant assistance to schools and families each year. These dollars are designated to support scholarships and educational improvement programs for schools.