Ways to Give

Partner with the Sisters of Notre Dame

When you contribute to the Sisters of Notre Dame, you are a part of hearing and responding to the needs of the world

Mission News

COVID-19 Donation Drop-Offs

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we are limiting accepted items and drop-off times.

Please call 859-291-2040 or email info@sndky.org to determine if we can arrange a drop-off time. Thank you for your understanding. 

Ways to Give

• By Mail

Send your preferred method of payment and contact information to:

Sisters of Notre Dame
Office of Mission Advancement
1601 Dixie Highway
Covington, KY 41011 

Checks, cash, credit card, and money order are accepted. Please make checks payable to "Sisters of Notre Dame." 

• Online

Donate online by credit card or through your bank account at https://www.sndky.org/ways-to-give/donate-online-5/  This can be a one-time donation or you can arrange an automatic monthly donation. 

• Phone

Call Jodee McElfresh at 859-392-8228 or Margie Schnelle at 859-392-8229 to donate over the phone by credit card.

• Gift of Stock

Send your gift of stock through an electronic transfer or physical certificate. Contact Jodee McElfresh at 859-392-8228 or jmcelfresh@sndusa.org to alert to the transfer, and send these transfer instructions to your current custodian organization / investment advisor.

• IRA Distribution

A qualified charitable distribution from your IRA could satisfy your Required Minimum Distributions for the year. The Sisters of Notre Dame of Covington, KY, Inc. are a qualified charity. Check with your IRA custodian about beginning this process. They may ask for the Sisters of Notre Dame EIN, which is 61-0485643.


Partners in Mission

As Sisters of Notre Dame, we are missioned to incarnate the love of our good and provident God. We do not do this alone. Many kind partners help us turn mission into ministry through their prayers, their engagement, and their financial contributions.

Here are some of the SND ministries and outreach our partners have made possible:

  • Serving as religious educators and prayer resources at parishes, including St. Agnes Church and Good Shepherd Community.
  • Providing senior services and pastoral care at places such as St. Charles Community, Carmel Manor, and St. Elizabeth Medical Center.
  • Connecting the community through Pilgrimage Walks, the Ash Wednesday Day of Recollection, Women's Weekend Retreats, and young adult Charis Retreats.
  • Tutoring and empowering children and families in Northern Kentucky through the Notre Dame Urban Education Center. Many sisters who are retired volunteer at NDUEC several times a week.
  • Making a Catholic education possible for 600 children in rural Uganda.
  • Connecting with patients at St. Claire HealthCare and ensuring quality care in rural Kentucky counties, some of which are the poorest in the nation.
  • Providing emergency tuition funds to the schools served by the Sisters of Notre Dame. This is immediate relief to families we serve and students we educate.
  • Teaching at local schools, including Covington Latin and Notre Dame Academy.