Donate to MACC
Support MACC’s Mission by making an online donation.
As a non-profit organization, MACC depends on people such as yourself for donations. We treasure the generosity of its patrons, donors and benefactors. Please consider making a tax free donation to partner with us in our continued mission to educate and empower future leaders. Donations are tax deductible to the extent of the law under the IRS 501 (c)(3) regulations. If you have any questions or for assistance with your donation, please contact the Mission Advancement Office at (866) 893-6222 or (210) 732-2156 ext. 7126.
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Additional Giving Options
Gonzalez Family Scholarship Fund
The Joaquina and Bernardino González Scholarship Fund, was established in 2009 to honor the legacy of Sister María Elena González, RSM. As we remember and celebrate Sister’s amazing life, please consider making a donation to the scholarship fund she established at MACC.
Saint Joseph Fund
The Saint Joseph Fund was established by the President to help any employee or student at MACC who has been impacted by the Coronavirus pandemic.
MACC ‘s Brick Campaign – Add your name to the Path of Faith
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 memorialize and celebrate the diversity and breadth of MACC ‘s family and benefactors.
Years from now, as visitors 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.
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. 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.
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.
If you would like to support our work at MACC you can make a donation via 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
González Family Scholarship Fund
Joaquina and Bernardino González Scholarship Fund
The Joaquina and Bernardino González Scholarship Fund,was established in 2009 to honor the legacy of Sister María Elena González, RSM. As we remember and celebrate Sister’s amazing life, please consider making a donation to the scholarship fund she established at MACC. Your generous donation will assist MACC to provide scholarships to students who might not otherwise attend an institution of higher learning for ministry. Thank you for honoring Sister María Elena and her dear parents.
Please be assured of our prayers for you and your special intentions.
Donations can be made:
by phone with a credit card:
210.731.3126 Olga Campos
or by mailing a check to:
Mexican American Catholic College
Attn: Development Office
3115 West Ashby Place
San Antonio, Texas 78228