Ways to Give
Here are several convenient ways to make a gift to Saint Meinrad. Most donors contribute annually, either by a single gift or by a series of gifts throughout the year.
You can make your gift online by using your credit card and
online gift form
The form is secure and your information is kept private. Saint Meinrad does not sell or provide donor information to any other individual, company or institution.
Saint Meinrad offers an electronic banking service to make your support of the Benedictine monks' work easier and more cost effective by spreading your gift over 12 monthly donations of $10 or more.
- Complete the agreement form [PDF] authorizing Saint Meinrad to have your bank or financial institution make gift payments in the amount you pre-determine from your account.
- Return the form, with a voided check, to Saint Meinrad.
Within approximately one month, your gift payments will be automatically transferred from your account to Saint Meinrad. These transfers will occur on the same day each month (usually within the first 10 days of the month). The deduction will continue until you cancel or change the amount of your monthly gift.
If you have any questions about the electronic funds transfer, contact the Development Office at (812) 357-6501 or toll-free at (800) 682-0988.
Give by mail
Checks, made payable to Saint Meinrad School of Theology, can be mailed to:
Saint Meinrad Seminary and School of
200 Hill Drive
St. Meinrad, IN 47577
Give by phone
We can accept gifts charged to Visa, MasterCard, Discover and debit cards by phone. Please call the Development Office at (812) 357-6501 or toll-free (800) 682-0988.
Give in person
Please stop by the Development Office at Saint Meinrad, where we can accept your cash, check or credit card gift.
Stocks and securities
Gifts of stocks and bonds that have appreciated in value provide excellent tax savings for donors. Please contact the Development Office at (812) 357-6501 or toll-free at (800) 682-0988 for information on making this kind of charitable gift and the preferred methods of transfer.