Loyola University Chicago

Giving to Loyola

Recurring giving - Sustainers

Loyola's recurring giving program

What is a Sustainer?
Sustainers make ongoing credit or debit card gifts to Loyola University Chicago on a monthly, quarterly, or annual basis.  Sustainers make it count and live up to their name by maximizing their giving over the long term.  They provide dependable funding for schools and programs while minimizing fundraising costs so more gifts can directly support Loyola students.  

Why become an LUC Sustainer?
Sustainers show their commitment to Loyola University Chicago by making an ongoing gift that supports all of our initiatives.  Becoming a Sustainer makes giving easier and is both cost effective and efficient.  You will receive less mail and fewer phone calls, your bank account won’t feel the weight of a lump sum gift, and you will have complete control over your giving.  You can stop or adjust your ongoing gift at any time by calling 800.424.1513.   

How do Sustainers help Loyola?
Loyola is committed to sustainability and preserving our shared resources. You can help by becoming a Sustainer. By giving via credit card, you help us make an environmental impact by reducing the amount of paper needed for gift transactions. Your credit card gifts go directly to your desired area of support, which means fewer University resources are devoted to fundraising and gift processing and can be better allocated elsewhere.

How do I become a Sustainer?
Set up a recurring credit card gift on our make a gift page, at an interval and amount of your choice, and your gift will arrive on time without the stress of remembering to give.  The gift is ongoing, which means Loyola will process your gift transaction automatically at the time interval you have selected. You can stop or change the amount at any time by contacting the Office of Annual Giving at 800.424.1513 or annualgiving@LUC.edu

You can become a member of The Damen Society with an ongoing monthly gift of $84
The Damen Society is a select group of alumni, parents, friends, faculty, and staff who advance Loyola through personal annual gifts of $1,000 or more. Arnold Damen, S.J., was the founder and first president of St. Ignatius College, known today as Loyola University Chicago.