Mother Seton Regional High School 

Development and Fundraising 


Laura M. Olden-Flammia ’91

Director of Development & Alumnae Relations

732-382-1952 ext. 175

Online Donations 

Select this donation button to make a secure online gift now.


Use Your Bank’s Bill Pay Feature 

Giving through your bank is the preferred method for donating, since there is not a transaction cost associated with your gift, 100% of what you donate goes directly to the Mother Seton Regional High School.

To do this :

  1. kindly provide your bank with school’s name and address as well as the  the amount of your gift.
  2. For your account number, enter the phrase – “monthly contribution for a recurring gift,”
  3. or your full name (with maiden name and year of graduation  if you are an alumna.
  4. An unrestricted charitable gift will then be withdrawn by your bank and sent to
    Mother Seton Regional High School on the date you have selected. This is the premier method for making gifts, especially recurring gifts, because there are no fees.

Bank Draft Payment Option 

If you choose not to use your bank’s payment features, you can  utilize this form  for recurring gifts. You can change or discontinue the recurring drafts at any time by writing or calling Mother Seton Regional High School.

Contact Us 

For More Information:

Mother  Seton Regional High School
One Valley Road
Clark , New Jersey 07066

Phone: (732) 382-1952
Fax:      (732) 382-4725

or email us at:


Frequently Asked Questions 

Tax Deduction of Gifts to Mother Seton Regional High School 

Mother Seton Regional High School has been recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a public charity, contributions to which are tax deductible. Cash contributions are deductible up to 50% of adjusted gross income and contributions of appreciated property are deductible up to 30% of adjusted gross income. Contributions in excess of these amounts may be carried forward and deducted in future years for up to five years.

Pledges Not Legally Binding 

Mother Seton Regional High School considers all pledges to be a good faith expression of intent, but subject to possible future changes of circumstances and not legally binding, either upon the donor or upon his or her heirs.

Gifts of Securities 

If you wish to make a gift of securities, please call, or ask your broker to call Laura at Mother Seton to request instructions. If you prefer, you may also send the unendorsed certificate and, in a separate envelope, a signed stock power, enclosing with both a letter stating the purpose of your gift.

Gifts of securities can offer a double tax benefit: a tax deduction based on the current fair market value of the gift (the mean between the high and low prices on the date of the gift) and the avoidance of capital gains taxes that would otherwise be assessed on the sale of the property.

Donation of Stock Directions:  Please contact Laura Flammia for further instructions, our change agent is Morgan Stanley Smith Barney  DTC 0015 .    All stock donations are sent through the Archdiocese of Newark and then transferred to the Mother Seton Regional High School Account.

Tax Deductions for Gifts Made at Year End 

At the end of the calendar year, Mother Seton Regional High School must follow  IRS regulations for the dating of contributions. These regulations provide that the date of a gift is the date on which it is mailed, not the date received nor on the check date. Thus, if the foundation receives a gift in January that was mailed in December, it is a December gift. If it receives in January a gift that is mailed in January, it is required to record as the date of the gift the date of the postmark on the envelope, even if the check is dated in December.

Wills Trust and Annuities 

Many Mother Seton Regional High School Donors have obtained substantial personal and tax benefits by making gifts through wills, trusts, annuities and other forms of deferred giving. These avenues of planned giving provide for the continued success of academic excellence and to keep this Catholic, all girls’ high school fiscally sound.   Maintaining the tradition of promoting future Roman Catholic and Christian female leaders is possible through your generosity.

To learn more about planned giving through bequests, annuities, life income arrangements or gifts involving real estate or closely held stock, please call, email or write to:

Mrs. Laura Olden Flammia ‘ 91
One Valley Road
Clark, New Jersey 07066

Phone us at: (732) 382-1952

Fax: (732) 382-4725

Email us at: 

Charitable Giving – IRS Information 

IRS Publication 526 – Charitable Giving –   
IRS Publication 506 – Deducting Charitable Contributions