Office of Institutional Advancement
Your gift to Hellenic College Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology helps us to educate men and women in an Orthodox Christian environment, which seeks to integrate faith and learning and to affirm the importance of both heritage and service.
Through a charitable gift, you make a significant impact on the lives of our students and the future of our School. As our School's primary objective is to prepare men for ordination to the holy priesthood, along with women and men for a life-long commitment of lay service to the church and to society, the impact of your gifts today will continue to be felt throughout the years to come.
HCHC Annual Fund
The Annual Fund is a vital source of gifts for Hellenic College Holy Cross. Collectively, Annual Fund gifts of all sizes bridge the gap between tuition dollars and the operating budget. Unrestricted gifts to the Annual Fund support academic programs, general scholarships, faculty and staff development, campus improvements, and more.
Gifts to the Annual Fund are an important complement to the Institution’s endowment, which is invested for the long term and provides a stable source of income—5 percent of the endowment's value—to fund faculty chairs, scholarships and programs. A gift of $5,000 that can be spent immediately has the same impact in a single year as a $100,000 gift to the endowment. Year after year, the Annual Fund not only sustains HCHC, but also helps it to grow.
You make it possible for HCHC to fulfill its mission.
As you explore the ways in which you can support Hellenic College Holy Cross, please know that the staff in the Office of Institutional Advancement is here to assist you in any way possible.
Hellenic College, Inc. is a 501(c)3 tax exempt organization.
Receive our new music CD with gratitude for your donation!
In appreciation for contributions to the 2015 Nativity Appeal, donors will receive a complimentary CD of the newly released Christ is Born, Glorify Him!, performed by our St. Romanos The Melodist Byzantine Choir. Under the direction of Dr. Grammenos Karanos, Assistant Professor of Byzantine Liturgical Music, the choir consists of eighteen students who are preparing to become priests, deacons, or lay leaders in the Greek Orthodox Church in the United States and abroad. Most of the choir members received their training in Byzantine Music at Holy Cross, part of whose mission is to be a center for in-depth study of the sacred art of chanting.
Director of Annual Giving