As Vikings, we give light to others

Not only is this a part of the Bishop Verot Mission, but this is what makes us who we are. We believe in faith. We believe in education. And we believe in the betterment of others as we transform lives.

Your generosity supports both today's students and tomorrow's leaders. Now, more than ever, is the time in which we will not fail. Non Excidet.

What is Bishop Verot Advancement?

Bishop Verot Advancement is the arm of the school that is here to service your giving. You can support BVHS through a multitude of ways, and your support makes a difference. Gifts given to Bishop Verot support the Mission and Vision that makes us the top choice for students preparing themselves for college and the rest of their lives.

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Ways to Give

Below is a list of possible ways for Bishop Verot Alumni, Friends and Family to get involved and give back to their school.

As you consider making a gift to Bishop Verot, keep in mind that a gift may...

  • Be undesignated and applied to the School's greatest need.
  • Be designated to a specific department or program.
  • Be matched by the donor's current employer
  • Be made in memorial of someone.
  • Be used to set up a permanent endowment.
  • Reduce the donor's tax liability.
Gifts of Cash

Making a gift of cash, check, or credit card is probably the most simple way that a person can support Bishop Verot. Gifts can be made online by clicking here or mailed to:

Bishop Verot High School
Office of Advancement
5598 Sunrise Drive
Fort Myers, FL 33919

Annual Giving

A school-wide fundraising program that solicits gifts on a yearly basis from alumni, parents, and friends. Annual gifts are generally given throughout the year in which they are received and fall into one of two categories: unrestricted gifts, to be used as needed, and restricted gifts, designated for a specific purpose. Gifts can be made online by clicking here, or mailed to:

Bishop Verot High School
Office of Advancement
5598 Sunrise Drive
Fort Myers, FL 33919


Donors may choose to establish a scholarship or other type of permanent endowment for the benefit of Bishop Verot students and the enhancement of the School overall. Donors who establish endowments have the option to name the fund and establish guidelines through which the earnings are administered. An endowed scholarship can be established with a minimum contribution of $10,000. Funds are invested and remain intact in perpetuity. The scholarship is distributed with interest earned. The spendable return from endowment funds, calculated on an individual fund basis, shall be 4 percent of a three year running average market value. Excess earnings are added to the principal of each fund in order to grow the endowment fund.

Please contact Jordan Harmon at (314) 707-1444 or to discuss establishing an endowment at Bishop Verot.


A contribution of equipment, supplies, or other property in lieu of money. A donor might consider a gift-in-kind to Bishop Verot as long as it is applicable to the mission of the school. An example would be donating books needed, versus cash to go purchase said books. 

Please contact Jordan Harmon at (314) 707-1444 or to discuss a gift-in-kind donation to Bishop Verot.

Planned Giving

Making charitable gifts, resulting from a planning process which considers the effects of the gift upon a donor's estate. Planned gifts can be arranged through wills, trusts, life insurance, annuities, or a Foundation's income fund.

Please contact Jordan Harmon at (314) 707-1444 or to discuss establishing a planned gift to Bishop Verot.


A signed and dated commitment to make a gift during a specified period according to specified terms.

Please contact Jordan Harmon at (314) 707-1444 or to discuss establishing a pledged gift to Bishop Verot.


Here at Bishop Verot, we value people’s time, talent, and treasure. Volunteers are vital to the success of our many extra-curricular and fundraising activities. 

There are also special times and efforts for you to give, such as the Annual Gala, the Bishop Verot Day of Giving, Capital Campaigns, amongst others.

Please contact Jordan Harmon at (314) 707-1444 or to learn more about volunteering at Bishop Verot.


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)

Below is a list of frequently asked questions that may help you in your consideration of making a gift to Bishop Verot.

What makes my contribution so special?

Every gift to Bishop Verot touches lives, opens doors, makes dreams come true, and helps develop Catholic leaders. Bishop Verot Catholic High School builds relationships centered on faith, learning, and leadership devoted to educating the whole person, utilizing innovative technologies, empowering students through collaborative experiences, and cultivating a spirit of service while grounded in our relationship with Jesus Christ.

Where does my gift go?

100% of your gift provides unrestricted resources to strengthen our mission and work. Your generosity impacts every student and all aspects of the school, including academics, athletics, technology, extra-curricular activities, fine and performing arts, campus ministry, and more. Most importantly, unrestricted gifts allow Bishop Verot to respond to our most pressing concerns while also providing the flexibility for unique and important opportunities.

Is my gift tax-deductible?

Yes! All gifts are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law and may be made by cash, check, credit card, or stock transfer. All gifts made to Bishop Verot will also receive a gift acknowledgement letter to provide to your tax professional.

Does Bishop Verot have any partner schools?

Absolutely! We proudly support our partner diocesan elementary schools through volunteerism and mentorship. We encourage you to learn more about and support them as you are able:

  • St. Francis Xavier Catholic School
  • St. Andrew Catholic School
  • St. Charles Borromeo Catholic School


Bishop Verot Catholic High School is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Contributions to Bishop Verot are tax-deductible as allowed by law. Bishop Verot has complete discretion and control over the use of donated funds, unless specified by the donor(s).

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