Support MACC

 

How to Give to MACC 's Mission

The Mexican American Catholic College ( MACC ) provides several giving opportunities. Donations to MACC are tax deductible to the extent of the law under the IRS 501 (c)(3) regulations. For assistance with your donation, please contact the Mission Advancement Office at 732-2156, ext. 7126.

 

What are my giving options?

 

 

Add your name to the Path of Faith

MACC 's Brick Campaign

Join MACC 's mission to empower and educate leaders for service in a culturally diverse Church and society by becoming a lasting part of the MACC Campus.

 

As you walk the pathways that surround the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe and San Juan Diego, you can read the names of MACC supporters permanently etched in brick. These bricks memoralize and celebrate the diversity and breadth of MACC 's family and benefactors.

 

MACC 's Brick Campaign

Years from now, as visitor of MACC walk the grounds, they will see the incredible support of those who believed in Hispanic ministry and paved the way for MACC 's legacy.

 

Two size brick options available:

 

4” x 8” bricks

can accommodate three lines of text with a maximum of sixteen (16) characters of space per line at $100.00.

 

8” x 8” bricks

can accommodate six lines of text with a maximum of sixteen (16) characters of space per line at $250.00.

 

Click here to download the order form.

 

 

 

The Patrick F. Flores Endowment Fund

Honoring the legacy of the Most Reverend Patrick F. Flores, retired Archbishop of San Antonio, an endowment was named in his honor for his many contributions as one of the founders of the Mexican American Catholic College in San Antonio , Texas . Flores was co-founder of MACC along with Father Virgilio Elizondo. Flores ' legacy has been his leadership and compassion as a shepherd-leader in the Church, singer-artisan and storyteller in the tradition of his people, and constant bilingual educator in word and deed.

 

MACC 'S Future Fund

As an investment in the future of the Mexican American Catholic College, the fund was developed to support the longevity of the programs, services, and operations.

 

MACC 's Misericordia / Mercy Scholarship Fund

MACC is fully committed to maintaining low costs and fees. In order to do so, consider supporting MACC 's scholarship fund to support participants who could not otherwise afford to attend the pastoral language and leadership courses.

 

Scholarships

MACC awards scholarships to participants actively working in pastoral ministry and who could not otherwise afford the training and preparation of MACC 's courses and workshops in the pastoral leadership formation and / or the language study programs in Intensive Pastoral English and Intensive Pastoral Spanish. MACC encourages gifts toward scholarships in order to directly support pastoral leaders in their efforts to work with the Hispanic community to build up a diverse and multicultural Church and society.

 

MACC 's General Operations

Consider a gift in support of MACC 's general operations. As a not for profit charitable organization, MACC depends on the generosity of its patrons, donors and benefactors to partner with us in order to continue providing quality and up-to-date programs.

 

Planned Giving

Planning for the future. Consider planning a gift to MACC that we may be able to continue our ministries in support of our mission.

 

All donations are tax deductible to the extent of the law under the IRS 501 (c)(3) regulations.

 

As a non-profit organization we depend on people such as yourself for donations.  If you would like to support our work at MACC you can make a donation by regular mail. Please make your check payable to: MACC and mail to:

 

Mexican American Catholic College

3115 West Ashby Place

P.O. Box 28185

San Antonio, Texas 78228-5104

 

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