St. Augustine Indian Mission is pleased to work with individuals, foundations, corporations and organizations toward building a brighter future for the children enrolled in our School. Through your support, we hope to meet current needs and plan for the future. St. Augustine Indian Mission welcomes your support. All proceeds go to the Mission. To make a donation online, please click here.
We will also gladly accept donations mailed to the Mission. Please indicate your preference for how you would like your donation to be recorded (general donation or one of our funds) and mail donations to: St. Augustine Indian Mission P.O. Box GG Mission Road 1 South Winnebago, NE 68071
There are a number of ways to make a difference for our children…
General Donation Unrestricted Giving
Your unrestricted financial gifts are greatly appreciated. They allow us to heat our building, hire highly talented and qualified teachers and maintain the daily operation of our school.
Circle of Dreams 2017
The Circle of Dreams Annual Fundraiser for St. Augustine Indian Mission will be held at “A View on State” Venue in Omaha, NE on Saturday March 25th, 2017. We are very excited to have as our Honorary Chairs this year two Board members and their wives, Justin and Nicole Vossen and Ryan and Rachel Schroer. Invitations will be going out in early February. This will be an exciting year being Fr. Mark Beran, our new director’s, first Circle of Dreams event. We hope you will be able to join us and help support the Mission. Please call the Mission office if you have any questions or would like to make a reservation at 402-878-2402.
Through this program, prospective donors can sponsor one or more children with a gift of $5,000 each. The program is also open to half sponsorship at $2,500. Donors are then assigned to a specific student whose progress throughout the year can be measured. Students are asked to write to their sponsor regularly and donor and child are formally introduced at a recognition luncheon held each spring. It is a moving experience when child and donor meet and a fulfilling experience for those who generously give to the program.
The Sponsor A Child program is a wonderful way to help the Mission, and allows a donor to get to know the children of St. Augustine’s. If you would like more information about the Sponsor-A-Child program please contact Kelly Vazquez, Director of Development at St. Augustine Indian Mission at (402)878-2402 or by email at email@example.com.
If you would like to donate toward this program at this time, please click here.
There are several avenues to make deferred gifts that have tax advantages for the donor. Here are some examples: Gift of cash, property, insurance, and securities. Please remember St. Augustine Indian Mission in your Will.
An additional way to support the annual operations of the Mission is through the donation of goods and services. All goods and services donated are tax deductible and will be recognized and acknowledged by the Mission. If you believe you or your organization can provide a needed service or product to the Mission through an in-kind donation, please contact the Mission office at 402-878-2402.
Please contact your resources department to ascertain whether your company participates and to acquire the necessary paperwork. Once you complete the designated sections and forward it to the appropriate corporate office they will be able to facilitate the matching gift.
Crops for Kids
Farmers can donate part of their produce by taking the commodity to market and having the check made out to St. Augustine Indian Mission. By donating this way, you will be assured that you will not have to pay income taxes on this donation since it will be “pre-income”.
Teacher/Classroom Supply Fund
The Teacher/Classroom Supply Fund will provide everyday needs such as dry erase markers, construction paper, office supplies and crayons, and will also provide student incentives and awards.
Educational Tools Fund
The Educational Tools Fund will provide funding for items needed in the classroom that will help augment what the students are learning. Items such as wall maps, audio books, textbooks and computer software will be purchased. In addition, some of this fund will provide the necessary monies for teachers to participate in continuing education opportunities.
The Equipment Fund is a significant one for the school. This fund will provide the money needed to purchase big-ticket items such as laminating machines, science equipment, printers, desks and chairs, and library furniture.
Field Trip Fund
Hands-on experiences are important educational tools, especially for outside of the Reservations, in a safe and controlled environment, will re-enforce curriculum-based learning. School field trips are important such experiences to their children.