Every year the generosity of donors like you provides critical financial support to St. Mary’s University students. Whether through student awards, bursaries, scholarships or the Student Emergency Bursary Fund, your donation helps to alleviate the financial burden for our students and allows them to continue pursuing their academic goals.
Your donation can have an immediate impact on the lives and academic careers of StMU’s students.
How to Give
St. Mary’s University’s online donation portal is a quick and easy way to show your support for the students at StMU.
Simply click on the link below and add a comment to let us know where you would like to designate your gift.
Make a Gift of Shares
St. Mary’s University welcomes gifts of publicly listed securities such as mutual funds, shares and stocks with the assistance of a professional broker. You can make a gift of shares to StMU by transferring them electronically and we strongly recommend you consult your financial advisor, securities broker or another financial representative to assist you in making the transfer. For more information or to initiate a gift, please email Heather Hadden.
- Gift of Publicly Listed Securities 2024 Unrestricted
- Gift of Publicly Listed Securities 2024 Restricted
Please note: Transferring shares between brokerage firms often takes 3 to 4 business days and price fluctuations can occur. It is St. Mary’s University’s policy to sell donated securities as soon as possible. Your gift will be valued at the closing price on the day the security is received in our account and you will be issued a charitable tax receipt for that value.
To ensure a charitable receipt for the current year is issued, please initiate your gift before December 15.
If you prefer to donate by mail, you can send a one-time gift via cheque or money order payable to St. Mary’s University. Send your donation using the address below.
St. Mary’s University
14500 Bannister Road SE Calgary, AB
To ensure a charitable tax receipt for 2023, your envelope must be clearly post-marked on or before December 31.