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Give Now


Your gift to Christian Brothers High School helps support: 

  • Financial Assistance, which helps CBHS live out its mission of providing a college preparatory education to a socioeconomically diverse community. 

  • Faculty and staff professional development 

  • Improvements to the CBHS campus and its facilities, and other special projects. 

  • Unrestricted resources, which helps CBHS meet its areas of greatest monetary need. 

There are many ways to give, but regardless of how (or how much) you choose to contribute, you will make an impact on CBHS and the experience we provide the Brothers’ Boys we serve. Here are some ways to make a gift: 

  • Give Online:  Use the secure form on this page to make your gift today! 

  • Automatic Bank Draft: See link below for instructions

  • Set up a Planned Gift: Contact the Advancement Office at (901) 261-4900 or email to begin the process of setting up a planned gift. 

  • Stock Transfer: To make a stock transfer to CBHS, please contact the Advancement Office at (901) 261-2900 or email for more information.

  • Mail Your Gift: If you prefer to make a gift offline, please make your check payable to Christian Brothers High School and mail it, along with the completed gift form, to:

    • Christian Brothers HS
      Advancement Office
      5900 Walnut Grove Road
      Memphis, TN 38120

Support CBHS to help future Brothers' Boys

A long and celebrated history in Memphis with over 11,000 alumni, you can give back and support a future for all Brother's Boys to come.

CBHS At A Glance


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