The PREP Fund
Formerly The Annual Fund
Unrestricted Gifts 2020-21
I have been closely associated with Prep for over 50 years—as a student first, then as an alumnus, years later as a parent of three alumni, and now as a member of the administration. I’ve lived through a lot here, naturally not all of it perfect. But Prep has always been strong, never more so than now. Our faculty is fantastic, the guys are so talented in many ways, our parents and alumni parents are dedicated and engaged, and our alumni are loyal and full of accomplishment.
We frequently ask you to support Prep in a number of ways – in fact, we ask that you “invest in Prep.” And when we asked for your support, you did not just answer the call, you embraced Prep with a level of generosity that is truly remarkable. That fact is probably the only recognition you need, but I will not leave it there. Thank you from all of us—we will continue to work hard to keep your trust and honor your commitment to this special place. Georgetown Prep and its lived mission—to form men of competence, conscience, courage, and compassion; men of faith and men for others—are extraordinary because of you. I offer my sincere appreciation for all that you do for us.
John J. Coyle ’75, P’03, ’05, ‘07
Director of Development
Formerly The Annual Fund
Unrestricted Gifts 2020-21
Amounts reflected are cumulative of all donations and pledges that were received between July 1, 2017 through January 31, 2022
Total Income From Other Sources $603,319
|Tuition, Board and Fees||$21,654,144|
|Auxiliary Enterprises and Activities||$402,216|
|Annual Giving and Other Gifts||$2,667,862|
|Gala Net Proceeds||$380,856|
|Student Activities and Services||$109,634|
|Administrative and General||$2,130,452|
Combined Giving includes gifts received in the 2020-21 Fiscal Year (July 1, 2020 through June 30, 2021) to The PREP Fund (formerly The Annual Fund), The Capital Campaign Endowment, The Capital Campaign Building Fund, the Capital Campaign Stadium Fund, the Vision Campaign, All Restricted Gifts, All Sponsorships to the Gala and Little Hoya Golf Tournament, Raise the Paddle for Prep Strong at the Gala as well as all Endowment Gifts.
† = deceased
All donors of $5,000 or more in combined gifts are invited to the Archbishop Carroll Dinner at Georgetown Prep in the Spring of the fiscal year the donation was received.
All donors of $2,500 or more in combined gifts are invited to the President’s Councilors Dinner at Columbia Country Club in the Fall following the end of the fiscal year
† = deceased
The PREP Fund, formerly the Annual Fund, is our most important philanthropic effort, enabling us to meet the full cost of a Prep education beyond what tuition revenues produce. Unrestricted gifts bridge that gap.
Your support contributes to a more engaging and rigorous curriculum, robust academic and counseling support, stellar faculty recruitment and development, and a significant financial aid program.
Restricted gifts are designated by the donors for specific purposes to be used for the 2020-21 fiscal year. Restricted categories include Vision Campaign pledge payments, scholarships, memorial fund, and gifts that recognize a specific department of the school such as the library, the International Department or athletics.
Mr. and Mrs. James Burke Brown ‘82
Two Window AC Units
Mr. and Mrs. Sean P. Hallahan ‘69
String Quartet Set; Yamaha L 16M Guitar; Breedlove Electric Acoustic Guitar, Case, Stand, Strings, etc.
Mr. Eamon M. O’Liddy
Airdyne Exercise Bike
Mr. Joseph C. Sheehan Jr. ‘69
Eastman MD 305 All Solid A-Style Mandolin Classic Matte with Padded Gig Bag
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence G. Townsend ‘69
LC 100 Violin fit with Dominant Strings G, D, A, and Pirazzi Gold E
This Little Hoya Golf Classic was held at Manor County Club on October 22, 2021. We thank everyone who participated with a special note of thanks to the sponsors of this event. Proceeds for this annual golf tournament benefit the Father Aloysius C. Galvin Memorial Scholarship and the Gus Coupe Memorial Scholarship. Each scholarship fund received a donation from the total net proceeds of $17,550 from the 2021 event in the amount of $8,775.
The second virtual Spring Gala netted $380,856 that directly supported the young men of Georgetown Prep, plus an additional $117,605 raised for the Prep Strong campaign through the Raise the Paddle. The Gala chairs were Mrs. Susan Lacz P’09,’21 and Mr. Joseph and Kathleen Callahan P’21,’23,’25. Their tireless efforts and remarkable organizational skills, as well as their creativity and perseverance in the face of overwhelming obstacles, made this Gala truly a memorable event. Proceeds from this event directly support Georgetown Prep’s academic and athletic endeavors, campus ministry, arts programs, financial aid and continued improvements to our incomparable campus.
Thank you to the corporations and organizations that support The PREP Fund in the 2020-21 Fiscal Year.
In 2017, Georgetown Preparatory School began the silent phase of our Capital Campaign, which was then communicated in a public phase in November 2019. The campaign has focused on raising money for Prep’s Endowment, the building of a new Campus Center & Residence Hall, and enhanced athletic facilities including a new stadium at the historic Fegan-Galvin, S.J. field and soccer bowl and track facility on the north fields. As part of the For the Greater Glory campaign, specific fundraising efforts have supported the new facilities, including The Paro Family Plaza, the Lacrosse Wall, and The Steve Maczynski Fund.
Georgetown Preparatory School established the Haas Society to recognize the generosity of all participants in the school’s planned giving programs. The Haas Society honors the late Frederick Haas, Class of 1921 as an example of stewardship, generosity, vision, and faith in our future and our mission. Participation in any of Georgetown Prep’s planned giving programs – bequests, life-income arrangements, and other deferred gifts – automatically qualifies you for membership in The Haas Society.
If you have already included Georgetown Prep in a bequest or other planned gift, please let us know. Your willingness to be listed as a member of The Haas Society encourages others to follow your example. We acknowledge and respect those who wish to remain anonymous, however, we urge you to let us know of your plans on a confidential basis.
To learn more about planned giving at Georgetown Prep, please visit our website at: https://gprep.giftplans.org.