With immense gratitude

for the support of the community, each year Brophy acknowledges those who give $5,000 and above with membership in the President’s Club. Additionally, each year at the annual President’s Club Dinner, a person or family who has supported the students of Brophy in extraordinary ways is honored. This year’s honorees are Daniel Cracchiolo and Marianne Cracchiolo Mago of The Steele Foundation. The Steele Foundation under the governance of the Cracchiolo's has made its mission to support young people in Arizona, especially in the area of education. They have supported Brophy's Jesuit mission and the young men of Brophy College Preparatory for almost four decades, including providing crucial funding for Loyola Academy. Thank you!
    • The 2018 honorees are Daniel Cracchiolo and Marianne Cracchiolo Mago of The Steele Foundation (with Principal Bob Ryan and President Adria Renke)

      The 2018 honorees are Daniel Cracchiolo and Marianne Cracchiolo Mago of The Steele Foundation (with Principal Bob Ryan and President Adria Renke)

Terms of membership

2018 President's Club membership includes gifts given during the fiscal year July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018.

  • Membership will be awarded to person(s) whose contributions to the school totaled $5,000 or more during a fiscal year

  • Membership will be awarded for the fiscal year in which the gifts were received

  • Contributions to Brophy giving campaigns, Brophy Community Foundation, activities, and parent events such as the Brophy Auction, Fashion Show, and financial aid donations are applied to President’s Club eligibility

  • Only contributions for which no goods or services were received are counted toward membership

  • Only contributions of cash, securities, real estate, or other tangible assets acceptable to Brophy College Preparatory are considered in determining eligibility

  • Contributions from individuals, corporations, foundations, or from employer matching gift programs are considered in determining eligibility

  • Contributions to Brophy, a not-for-profit organization, are tax-deductible to the extent provided by law