Immaculata University has several gift societies to recognize our donors.
The Mother Theresa Maxis Society
Immaculata University has created the Mother Theresa Maxis Society to recognize annual donors who have made gifts totaling $1,000 or more during the fiscal year. The society has been named in honor of Mother Theresa Maxis because of her tireless leadership during the early years of the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. Much like Mother Theresa Maxis, membership of the Maxis Society provides, on an annual basis, the resources necessary for the University to work toward fulfilling its mission. While all levels of giving directly impact the University and our students, Maxis Society members demonstrate their extraordinary commitment by making Immaculata a philanthropic priority each year. If you would like to be a member of the Mother Theresa Maxis Society, please contact Melissa A. Cauler, Director of Immaculata Giving (484-323-3206).
The Heritage Society recognizes the families and individuals, like you, who told Immaculata University of their intention to include the University in their estate plans. If you have any questions about becoming a member, please contact the Director of Planned Giving and Stewardship, Sr. Rita O’Leary (610-647-4400 ext. 3123)
The Legacy Society honors alumni, parents and friends who have established endowments at Immaculata University. By establishing endowments they are securing the financial security of the University. Endowments can be established for students scholarships or programs.
The 1920 Society was established to recognize Immaculata University’s most generous benefactors; the Society celebrates the philanthropic spirit that perpetuates this institution. Individuals, families, and organizations who, over the course of time, have donated $50,000 or more to Immaculata University are inducted into the Society. The college is grateful for the exceptional generosity shown by these donors, which supports the institution’s enduring commitment to academic excellence and the mission of the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculata Heart of Mary.