Giving Levels

Our goal for this year’s OLMA Annual Fund is to raise $50,000.  Together, we can do it.  We ask that you be as generous as you can — and to realize that we are grateful for  every gift, no matter the size.  It all adds up to our ability to create more opportunities for our students.

Giving is easy.  You can make a one-time contribution, or a monthly pledge. Monthly payments will be transferred directly into OLMA’s Annual Fund account.  You can use any major credit card to make your gift.  Click here to learn more about the Annual Fund.

Gift Categories

$10,000 and up                     St. Mary Joseph Rossello Society

$5,000–$9,999                     Mother Dolores Salerno Society

$1,000–$4,999                     Daughters of Mercy Club

$500–$999                            Villagers Club

$100–$499                            OLMA Gold Club

$1–$99                                    OLMA Green Club

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We are growing!  So far this year, we have hosted more than 150 prospective students on two group Shadow Days held in October.  Students continue to shadow daily!

OLMA Athletics is hitting it out of the park!  Under the direction of Coach Lenguadoro, our coaching is strong and athletes well conditioned and proud to represent their school on the field, court, trail, or track, as well as in the pool and river.  OLMA is becoming known in many circles as the team to beat! #GOOLMA

Service continues to be front and center.  We’re running food and dental supplies drives, delivering holiday cheer to residents of assisted living facilities, caroling to children in need, planting dune grass, mentoring young boys and girls, providing food to the homeless, making blankets for children who are sick or sad, and so much more.  

OLMA students are brave, strong, confident and leading the way.  Last spring OLMA brought the first all-girls team to The Steven’s Institute of Technology’s Stock Market Competition — and took the day away!