Thank you for supporting Brophy College Preparatory. Your gift helps Brophy continue
to form young men who are — in the tradition of the Jesuit-educated grad at grad
intellectually competent, open to growth, religious, loving and committed to doing justice. AMDG

Please use the form on this page to donate and direct your gift in one of the following ways. If you wish to donate directly to Loyola Academy, click here.

  • "Men of" Campaign

  • Brophy Financial Aid Endowment

  • Financial Aid Fund

  • Alumni/Alumni Parent Annual Fund

  • Memorial or Honoree Gift

  • Brophy Wellness and Mental Health Fund*
* The Brophy Wellness and Mental Health Fund has been created in conjunction with the Graf family to honor the memory of Austin Graf ’24 and in support of everyone who struggles with mental health challenges. Gifts will be directed to support student counseling, wellness programs and other initiatives related to mental health.

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  • > Pledges and Recurring Gifts

    You can use the form on this page to make a one-time donation, a pledge over multiple years, or a monthly recurring gift.

    Please contact Ms. Heather Chapman in the Advancement Office by email or phone (602-264-5291, ext. 6227) if you have any questions about either a pledge or a recurring gift.
  • > Make a Gift by Phone or Mail

    If you would like to use a credit/debit card to make a gift by phone, please call Ms. Heather Chapman at 602-264-5291, ext. 6227.  

    To mail a check, please send to the address below and use the memo line to indicate how you would like your gift directed.

    Brophy College Preparatory
    4701 N. Central Ave.
    Phoenix, AZ 85012
    Attention: Ms. Heather Chapman
  • > Tax Planning with a Purpose

    There are a number of ways to incorporate a gift to Brophy in your tax planning. For more information, contact President Bob Ryan via email at, or at 602-264-5292, ext. 6332.
  • > Estate Planning and Legacy Giving

    Please visit the Legacy Society webpage for more information on giving to Brophy as part of your estate planning.
  • > The Difference Between Donating to Brophy and Contributing to Brophy Community Foundation's Tax Credit Program

    What's the difference between donating to Brophy and contributing to the Brophy Community Foundation tax credit program? (Each is a separate 501(c)3 Arizona nonprofit.)

    As a state-certified student tuition organization (STO), Brophy Community Foundation (BCF) asks community members and friends, as well as corporations, to designate their Arizona state tax liability as a tax credit to BCF to fund need-verified financial aid supporting 38 mission-aligned private schools across the state. Once participants (individuals and corporations) contribute to BCF the amount allowed by Arizona law, they can then subtract that from their Arizona state tax liability. It’s a wonderful way to support need-based tuition assistance for students without ultimately costing the participant anything out of pocket.

    As a private nonprofit school that receives no Diocesan funding, Brophy College Preparatory conducts giving campaigns — such as the class campaigns ("Men of") and Annual Fund — as well as fundraising events. When you make a donation or pledge that supports a campaign or event, that donation is tax-deductible as allowed by law, but it is not linked to or affiliated with the Arizona tax credit program which regulates the Brophy Community Foundation; i.e., tax credit contributions to BCF cannot be used to support a Brophy fundraising event or fulfill a commitment to a giving campaign.

    The efforts of both nonprofit organizations work together to provide need-based tuition assistance. 


Each year, freshman families are asked to support the "Men of" Campaign (e.g. "Men of '27), just as the families who have come before them have done. Each freshman class has access to educational enhancements and facilities made possible by earlier campaigns; thus, we ask our newest families to continue the tradition to benefit future Broncos. Funds donated through the "Men of '27" Campaign offer the donor the choice of supporting the Financial Aid Fund or the Capital Fund.


Alumni play an important role in the future of educational institutions and Brophy is no exception. Many have stepped up over the years and we ask all Brophy alumni to consider a donation to the Alumni Annual Fund at their financial comfort level. Broncos are always up for some friendly competition so we note in the Annual Report the class who gives the most and the class with the highest participation. Donations support financial aid.


In 2019, Brophy kicked off the $50 million Generations Endowment Campaign. Interest earned can be used for present-day financial aid need, as the principal is allowed to grow to ensure future generations of students can be cared for, and the vision and mission of the Jesuits remain safeguarded. St. Ignatius envisioned providing an exemplary education to all students who qualify, regardless of socioeconomic circumstances. The campaign met its goal in April 2023.


We are grateful to all those who remember a loved one by giving a memorial gift in their name. It represents an especially meaningful way to honor the legacy of someone who invested in or benefited from a Jesuit education. We are also grateful to those who chose to give the unique gift of a donation in honor of a friend or family member. If you wish to discuss a memorial, honoree, or legacy gift, please contact President Bob Ryan.


As a Jesuit institution that seeks to provide an exemplary education to all young men who qualify, Brophy's admission process is need-blind. Students are excepted on merit and once accepted, can apply for need-verified financial aid. In 2022-23, Brophy's financial aid budget was approximately $6 million. Donations to the Financial Aid Fund change lives far into the future.


Brophy hosts four major fundraising events each academic year — the Golf Classic, the Fashion Show, Power Breakfast and the Fall Auction. These events offer additional ways to support Brophy through sponsorships, underwriting and more. Check the event webpages for more information. Net proceeds from these events support the Financial Aid Fund.