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Planned Giving

Planned gifts help to ensure a lasting legacy for both Vianney and the donor. A smart planned gift allows you and your family to have continued financial security while also enjoying the satisfaction of providing future support for Vianney and its students.

Cassie and I contributed to the 1960 Legacy Society because today's society is lacking men of character and conviction.  Vianney is one of the few high schools that still educate the whole man so that graduates are not just superior students, but also superior servant leaders that America so desperately needs.

-Tom Marshall '85

Planned gifts provide much-needed support for Vianney and its future students, often without any immediate financial impact to you. The impact of a planned gift on Vianney, however, is immediate, as it helps to ensure that the legacy of Vianney will continue. There are many options for planned gifts; review our Planned Giving Guide for details. 

To recognize those who understand the importance of a planned gift, St. John Vianney High School has established The 1960 Legacy Society.  

1960 is a special year for St. John Vianney High School. In 1960, Vianney opened its doors for the first time to educate young men in the Catholic, Marianist tradition. Since then, plenty of young men and their families have developed their Vianney legacy. The 1960 Legacy Society honors those who have committed to remembering Vianney through a planned gift. The society is named for the year of Vianney’s founding and reflects the important legacy of planned giving donors, whose gifts make a significant and lasting impact on St. John Vianney High School.

If you have any questions, please contact Sam Reynolds, Director of Major Giving, at (314) 965-4853 ext. 166 or