OLSH

Planned Giving

The Blessed Angela Society

The Blessed Angela Society was created to honor the individuals who have shown uncommon commitment to OLSH through gift planning.

Individuals or foundations are eligible for membership in the Blessed Angela Society if they choose OLSH to be the recipient of gifts when they become available in the future by way of various occurrences; for example, through a retirement plan, IRA, or life insurance policy.

Planned giving builds the endowment fund for the school, therefore the donor is supporting tuition assistance, faculty support, and the expansion of academic and extracurricular activities. The success of the endowment fund ensures continued and increased vitality of OLSH from one generation to the next. Without such gracious benefactors, the long future that is paved in front of OLSH would not be as secure. OLSH values the members of the Blessed Angela Society, considers them as very dear friends, and actively keeps them very involved with the school.

If you qualify for membership, but are not yet listed as a member in our records, please let us know!

To learn more about creating a planned gift to help continue OLSH’s legacy of excellence for future generations, please download the brochure below or contact the OLSH Advancement Office at (412) 264-4082.

Why they give ...

“OLSH has always had a special place in my heart. The Blessed Mother and Jesus were always special to me, but it was through learning more about Jesus at OLSH that I was able to become a witness to those I meet. We need others to go back to their roots and remember their foundations.”
~ Rosemary (Kelly) Helderle, Class of 1967
Blessed Angela Society Member

“We know that, without additional support, the excellent Catholic education provided at OLSH will someday no longer be available. We believe that excellent Catholic education is vital to our Church, our community, our nation AND our world. That is why we offer continuing support to OLSH.
~ Douglas & Angela Marvin, Alumni Parents of Mariangela (Marvin) Peters ’92 and Teriangela (Marvin) Abbett ‘96
Blessed Angela Society Members