"God has given us two hands - one to receive with and the other to give with."

~ Billy Graham

As always, before making financial decisions, please consult a qualified financial advisor and/or legal counsel to ensure that the gift you are considering is right for you.

Ways to Give


The Notre Dame Urban Education Center now has the capacity to accept gifts made online via credit or debit cards. To make an online donation, just click on the Donate Now button located on the bottom of the home page and complete the gift form. Its as easy as that!


You can also make a gift to NDUEC by cash or check. If you wish to make your gift by check, please make it payable to Notre Dame Urban Education Center and mail to NDUEC at 14 East 8th Street, Covington, KY 41011.


Ownerships of stocks and/or bonds should be transferred to the Notre Dame Urban Education Center as a charitable gift. The value of your gift depends on the market price of these assets when they are given. You may be entitled to a charitable deduction on your income tax return for a gift of appreciated securities. Contact NDUEC for more information.

Planned Gifts

There are various planned giving methods for supporting NDUEC. Each offers opportunities for commitments that will have a major impact on the Center and may offer numerous benefits for the donor. Please contact NDUEC for more information. Some examples of planned gifts include:


A charitable bequest allows you to keep control of your assets during your lifetime while still making a gift to NDUEC. To ensure compliance with your wishes and to receive current recognition for your bequest gift, it is important to document your gift with the Center. 

Life Insurance

This arrangement involves the gifting of either a paid-up or existing policy that is no longer needed by you. You would designate the owner and beneficiary of the insurance policy, but would retain the responsibility of paying any additional premiums.

Retirement Plan Assets

There can be significant tax implications for over-stuffed retirement plans. In order to possibly avoid some of these taxes, you could designate NDUEC as beneficiary of any remaining retirement principal after your lifetime or when the income is no longer needed. Please consult your tax advisor.