How to Give
How to Give
There are many ways you can support MUHS and ensure current and future Hilltoppers will receive the Marquette High experience.
Please make checks payable to Marquette University High School. If checks are not accompanied by a letter or enclosed in a MUHS return vehicle, we ask that you indicate in the check’s memo line your intention for the gift. Mail checks to:
Marquette University High School
3401 W. Wisconsin Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53208
MUHS accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express. Gifts via credit card can be made electronically by accessing our secure online giving form. If you prefer to make a contribution over the phone using a Visa, MasterCard or Discover card, please call Katie Burton, Director of Development Services; 414-933-7220, Ext. 3067.
Setting up a recurring monthly gift is an easy and cost effective way to make your gift to MUHS. Monthly donations can be processed via credit card or through your checking or savings account. Click here for more information.
A gift of stock or appreciated securities can provide the donor with a tax deduction and the ability to avoid capital gains tax. You may make a gift of securities to MUHS through your broker. In order to assure proper credit for your gift, we will need to know your name, the name of the stock, the number of shares and the transfer date. The gift is complete when the stock is transferred to MUHS. For information on gifts of stock and securities, please contact Katie Burton, Director of Development Services; 414-933-7220, Ext. 3067; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note: Do not sell the securities; you must transfer the securities to the school’s brokerage account to receive the most advantageous tax treatment.
Many companies will match the contributions that employees make to nonprofit organizations such as Marquette University High School. Under a corporate matching gift program, gifts made by a company's eligible employee, employee's spouse or retiree may be matched with company or corporate foundation funds—sometimes doubling or tripling the initial gift.