Many have asked whether they can donate to the cause of preserving Catholic teaching in Catholic schools. The answer is yes. As our current priority is assisting with attorney costs in both the civil law and canon law settings, we have arranged for all donations to be tax deductible through the organization “NoLeftTurn.us” on its “Donate” page (https://www.noleftturn.us/donate/). The “Donate” page provides a pull-down menu with the options “Catholic Schools – Civil Litigation” and “Catholic Schools – Canon Law Processes”. No Left Turn in Education is a qualified 501(c)(3) non-profit entity able to accept donations on our behalf. Jesuit High School alumnus Christopher J. Bakes (’74), part of the Concerned Parents, Alumni and Donors group, sits on the Board of No Left Turn in Education. No Left Turn’s CEO is Elana Fishbein, an Israeli-born immigrant to the United States, veteran of the Israeli Defense Forces, and an alumna of Hebrew University in Jerusalem (BA), Rutgers University (MA) and the University of Pennsylvania School of Social Policy and Practice (Ph.D.). Dr. Fishbein founded No Left Turn in Education, now a national movement.
We have designed very special private acknowledgements for all giving levels, from $100 to $10,000, and all points in between (and above, dare we hope).