The Marist Brothers' tradition of providing a comprehensive program of challenging instruction, guidance and activies began more than 100 years ago at St. Ann's Academy. Today that tradition continues at Archbishop Molloy High School. Help support the next generation of Stanners by making your gift (or pledge) online.
Fund for Molloy - Make Your Mark » Donate Online
The Fund for Molloy was formerly known as the Annual Fund. It supports all of the operations of the Stanner Alumni Association inclusive of the various scholarship programs we offer and the activities of the Association. All Gifts are fully tax-deductible as allowed by law. Please consult with your tax advisor for more specific details.
The Stanners for Life Campaign is about continuation and access. Contiuation of an academic, religious, and life experience that has defined our students since 1892, and has continued for the past fifty years in Briarwood. And access for future generations of Stanners to carry forth in the Marist Brothers charism that is Molloy.
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The John Gibbons Memorial Scholarship » Donate Online
John began his 34 year career at Molloy in 1966 as an English teacher. He then went on to teach a Geology class to seniors for which they received college credit. He along with Jim Kinnier and Joe Smith, known as "The Three Amigos" started the Stanner Golf Classic 22 years ago. To date the outing has raised over $1.5 million for Molloy. All proceeds from this year’s Stanner Golf Classic will benefit this scholarship.
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The Brother Ron Marcellin Memorial Scholarship » Donate Online
Bro. Ronald Marcellin served at Molloy as a faculty member/guidance counselor. He was heavily involved with the Peer Group Counseling and aided students involved with drugs, alcohol abuse and dysfunctional families. After his death in 1993, Lou Santos, George Kurth ‘83, Eugene Clark ‘82, Michael McGuire ‘81 and James Galowski ‘81 helped establish a second scholarship fund in Bro. Ron’s name to help keep the spirit of Bro. Ron alive.
The Annual Bro. Ron Marcellin Dinner will be held on Su
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The Andrew Harvey Memorial Scholarship » Donate Online
This scholarship is named in memory of Andrew Harvey '98, a bright young Stanner who was involved in a tragic fatal train accident during his junior year at Archbishop Molloy High School. He was an excellent student, a popular athlete, and well known around the community. Andrew’s memory lives on at Molloy through the Andrew Harvey Memorial 5K Fun Run and through his named scholarship.
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Molloy has established a Storm Recovery Fund that will help currently enrolled students and families who are most affected by the devastation left in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
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