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Dear Friends,

We are so grateful for your interest in supporting our work. Our desire to proclaim a faith that does justice would be impossible if not for the generosity of our many friends and benefactors.

Serving throughout the world and right here in the Pacific Northwest, our Jesuits commit to a lifetime of service “For the Greater Glory of God”. Your thoughtful prayers and generous contributions are an investment in the future of the Society of Jesus – the training and formation of new priests, apostolic works, and care of elder Jesuits. Thank you so much for considering making a gift!

Sincerely,

Fr. Scott Santarosa, SJ

 

Donate Now

To make an online gift, please click here. You can make a one-time or recurring online gift with your credit card.

 

Planned Giving

The Oregon Province of the Society of Jesus accepts donations of cash, securities and property. Click on each to read more about how planned giving can help you meet your financial and philanthropic goals.

Stocks and Bonds A gift of your securities, including your stocks or bonds, is an easy way for you to make a gift. By making a gift of your appreciated securities, you can avoid paying capital gains tax that would otherwise be due if you sold these assets.

Real Estate A gift of your real property (such as your home, vacation property, vacant land, farmland or ranch or commercial property) can make a great gift. If you own appreciated real property, you can avoid paying capital gains tax by making a gift to us.

Retirement Assets A gift of your retirement assets, such as a gift from your IRA, 401k, 403b, pension or other tax deferred plan, is an excellent way to make a gift. By making a gift of your retirement assets, you will help further our work.

Insurance A gift of cash is a simple and easy way for you to make a gift. You will receive a charitable tax deduction that will provide you with savings on this year’s tax return.

 

Other Ways to Help

You can also help by sharing our story, encouraging someone you know to consider a vocation, introducing us to friends and colleagues who may be interested in our work, and most importantly, offering prayers of support.