A Guide to Giving

Gifts of all sizes are welcomed in support of St Aloysius' College and our pupils. Below are the different ways in which you can make a gift.

Giving Online

 You can choose to make a single gift or set up a regular gift securely here. Regular Gifts help us plan for the future.

Giving By 'Phone

If you prefer to speak to a member of the Development Office in person, then you can call us on 0141 331 9274

Giving By Post

Please make your cheque payable to St Aloysius' College and send it to the Development Office, 45 Hill Street, Glasgow G3 6RJ.  Please indicate your preferred area of support on the back of the cheque.

OR you can download a Gift Form to complete and return to us.

Giving By Bank Transfer

If you wish to make your gift by bank transfer, please click here for details.

Giving in Your Will

Join The Footsteps Fund and pledge your support today for tomorrow's young people.

Giving Stocks and Shares

Giving Stocks and Shares is a tax-effective way for individuals and companies to donate to the College. 

Endowed Funds

Find out more about our endowments.


Giving tax-effectively

Find the most tax-effective way to support    the College and how to maximise your gift.

giving from overseas

Find out how you can give wherever you      are in the world.


Reunion Giving

Reunion Giving is one way for you and your classmates to celebrate an anniversary at the College by collectively making gifts.  This can be done at the point of registering online for your Reunion.  Alternatively you can send in a cheque, set up a regular monthly gift by completing and returning our Gift Form or call us in the Development Office on 0141-331-9274.

Reunion donors will be recognised by their Class Year on our Donor Roll of Honour.

valete giving

Each year we ask the parents of our S6 Leavers to make a gift in support of The Opportunity Fund to mark their child’s time at the College through regular or single gifts.

By donating your original fee deposit of £500, this will be added to College Bursaries.  If 30 parents agree to donate their fee deposits, this would fund one Bursary pupil for a year.


Scholarships are different from Bursaries as they are targeted at a specific set of talents which a young person possesses.  If you are interested in offering a talented young person that chance to study at the College, you can find out more about Talent Sponsorships