Thank you for your generosity!

Click on any of the following items to learn more:

We now offer a secure & convenient way for you to contribute to your parish!

Online donations may be made at any time from the comfort of your own home or any place with internet access. Online donations are credited to your tax statement for the end of the year (except when made anonymously), and each user can change his or her preferences or desired donation amounts at any time.

Click here to register or login to online giving.

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More questions?

Download the Online Giving Instructions (in PDF format) or visit the Frequently Asked Questions page.

About the One Bread, One Body Campaign

One Bread, One Body provides an opportunity for you to engage in ministries that serve our local Church and its people throughout Southcentral Alaska. With a gift of your treasure, you help ensure the vitality of our Church, help people in need through Catholic Social Services, and support the faith journeys of Catholics of all cultures and ages.

The One Bread, One Body Annual Appeal provides opportunities for life-long formation and worship, in both urban and rural areas; quality K-12 Catholic schools; ministries for an increasingly diverse community of Catholics; vocations and support for seminarian education; and a subsidy for the programs of Catholic Social Services.

Click here to visit the Archdiocese’s One Bread, One Body campaign page.

More information on the 2017 One Bread, One Body campaign will be posted when it becomes available.

Building a Brighter Future

This scholarship fund is dedicated to the memory of Deacon Ken and Miriam Donohue. Funds are managed by the parish and distributed on a needs-basis by the Principal. Your contribution to this fund honors the memory of Deacon Ken and Miriam and helps to make a Catholic education possible to students who because of family financial hardship would otherwise not be able to attend.

Thank you for your thoughtful gift!

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish is tax-exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the IRS Code. All gifts (cash and check) intended for year-end giving must be received by the St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish or postmarked by December 31. Gifts received after this date will receive the following year tax credit.

Donations may be mailed to the St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish at 2901 E. Huffman Road, Anchorage, Alaska 99516.

Please make your check payable to St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish.

Other Ways to Give:

Gifts of Securities

Individuals making their gift in the form of appreciated securities may avoid capital gains and may receive other tax savings.  Proceeds from the sale of these assets may be directed to any fund or program you wish. For security transfer information contact Steve Siebs at 907-345-9734 or Steve@akseas.net

Company Matching Gifts

Current and retired employees may be eligible for the matching gift program offered by their employer. Matching gift programs allow you to double, and in some cases triple, your gift.

Planned Gifts

Planned Giving is charitable giving that is part of an individual’s or a family’s financial and estate planning. For people of faith, financial and estate planning is a strategic component of stewardship. Stewardship of treasure involves not only sharing a portion of our income (Sacrificial Giving) but also involves the sharing of our assets as well – planning our giving. Planned gifts can benefit the Church in New Hampshire while helping you to save taxes, increase your income and pass more on to your heirs.

Did you know that…

  • You can receive income for life in exchange for a gift.
  • Giving appreciated property, like stocks or real estate, costs less than giving the equivalent amount in cash.
  • Some assets can benefit you more if you give them away.
  • Some gifts cost nothing now, but leave a legacy later.
  • Some gifts allow you to pass more on to your heirs and save taxes.

We should all ask ourselves if making a charitable bequest or other special gift in our estate plan is perhaps the final opportunity to teach our children and those that we love that everything we are and have is God’s gift to us. Only you can answer that question as you and your family develop your financial and estate plan and then review it periodically to ascertain if you and your family’s goals and objectives are being met.

For Planned Giving information contact Steve Siebs at 907-664-9734 or steve@akseas.net.

+ Electronic Giving

We now offer a secure & convenient way for you to contribute to your parish!

Online donations may be made at any time from the comfort of your own home or any place with internet access. Online donations are credited to your tax statement for the end of the year (except when made anonymously), and each user can change his or her preferences or desired donation amounts at any time.

Click here to register or login to online giving.

egiving

More questions?

Download the Online Giving Instructions (in PDF format) or visit the Frequently Asked Questions page.

+ One Bread, One Body

About the One Bread, One Body Campaign

One Bread, One Body provides an opportunity for you to engage in ministries that serve our local Church and its people throughout Southcentral Alaska. With a gift of your treasure, you help ensure the vitality of our Church, help people in need through Catholic Social Services, and support the faith journeys of Catholics of all cultures and ages.

The One Bread, One Body Annual Appeal provides opportunities for life-long formation and worship, in both urban and rural areas; quality K-12 Catholic schools; ministries for an increasingly diverse community of Catholics; vocations and support for seminarian education; and a subsidy for the programs of Catholic Social Services.

Click here to visit the Archdiocese’s One Bread, One Body campaign page.

More information on the 2017 One Bread, One Body campaign will be posted when it becomes available.

+ Donohue Memorial Scholarship

Building a Brighter Future

This scholarship fund is dedicated to the memory of Deacon Ken and Miriam Donohue. Funds are managed by the parish and distributed on a needs-basis by the Principal. Your contribution to this fund honors the memory of Deacon Ken and Miriam and helps to make a Catholic education possible to students who because of family financial hardship would otherwise not be able to attend.

Thank you for your thoughtful gift!

+ More Ways to Give

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish is tax-exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the IRS Code. All gifts (cash and check) intended for year-end giving must be received by the St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish or postmarked by December 31. Gifts received after this date will receive the following year tax credit.

Donations may be mailed to the St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish at 2901 E. Huffman Road, Anchorage, Alaska 99516.

Please make your check payable to St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish.

Other Ways to Give:

Gifts of Securities

Individuals making their gift in the form of appreciated securities may avoid capital gains and may receive other tax savings.  Proceeds from the sale of these assets may be directed to any fund or program you wish. For security transfer information contact Steve Siebs at 907-345-9734 or Steve@akseas.net

Company Matching Gifts

Current and retired employees may be eligible for the matching gift program offered by their employer. Matching gift programs allow you to double, and in some cases triple, your gift.

Planned Gifts

Planned Giving is charitable giving that is part of an individual’s or a family’s financial and estate planning. For people of faith, financial and estate planning is a strategic component of stewardship. Stewardship of treasure involves not only sharing a portion of our income (Sacrificial Giving) but also involves the sharing of our assets as well – planning our giving. Planned gifts can benefit the Church in New Hampshire while helping you to save taxes, increase your income and pass more on to your heirs.

Did you know that…

  • You can receive income for life in exchange for a gift.
  • Giving appreciated property, like stocks or real estate, costs less than giving the equivalent amount in cash.
  • Some assets can benefit you more if you give them away.
  • Some gifts cost nothing now, but leave a legacy later.
  • Some gifts allow you to pass more on to your heirs and save taxes.

We should all ask ourselves if making a charitable bequest or other special gift in our estate plan is perhaps the final opportunity to teach our children and those that we love that everything we are and have is God’s gift to us. Only you can answer that question as you and your family develop your financial and estate plan and then review it periodically to ascertain if you and your family’s goals and objectives are being met.

For Planned Giving information contact Steve Siebs at 907-664-9734 or steve@akseas.net.

For more information, please contact Steve Siebs or call 907-664-9716.