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Make a donation today to help sisters continue to transform the world through education.
Even though our Sisters have moved, the Development Office at Villa Notre Dame in Wilton, Connecticut remains open.
The mailing address is 345 Belden Hill Road, Wilton, CT 06897.
Donating online is safe and secure.
You can also mail donations using this mail-in donation form.
Planned Giving - Include the School Sisters of Notre Dame Atlantic Midwest Province in your will
Consider naming the School Sisters of Notre Dame Atlantic Midwest Province in your will. A planned gift ensures that sisters will continue in mission far into the future. Learn more about planned giving.
Give a gift of stock or donation from your IRA
Your gift of stock or donation from your IRA, will benefit the needs of sisters. Contact us to Learn more about giving securities.
Gifts in Kind
The School Sisters of Notre Dame occasionally need various supplies and/or equipment. Real property, rare coins and art are all examples of "Gifts in Kind." We ask that you contact us if you have a gift in kind to discuss it with us first.
Request Cards Through our SSND Card Program
A gift of prayer is a heartwarming way to honor someone’s memory, commemorate a birthday or any special occasion. Learn more about the SSND Card Program.
Please direct all inquiries to:
School Sisters of Notre Dame, Development Office, 6401 N. Charles St, Baltimore, MD 21212
The School Sisters of Notre Dame partnership with Beyond Borders in Haiti is deeply rooted in the commitment to support the Haitian people in their ongoing struggle to overcome the structures and forces that have created systemic poverty in their beautiful island nation. Most of the people served by the SSND Partnership with Beyond Borders in Haiti are living on less than $1.23 a day. The work of this partnership is focused on helping Haitians to develop their innate abilities and to build sustainable livelihoods for themselves and their families.
If you've ever opened a bank account, set up a retirement plan, or taken out an insurance policy, you may have completed a form to say who will inherit the money in those accounts someday. Then again, the customer service rep may have forgotten to mention the form.