St Charles Borromeo Guild

Your annual fund gift supports Carroll students within their area of study, within the community, and as they continue to make a positive impact in the future.

What is St. Charles Borromeo Guild?

The St. Charles Borromeo Guild is about putting Carroll College within reach of students who could not otherwise afford a private, Catholic higher education.  Borromeo Guild benefactors ensure that Carroll can provide students with a learning environment that emphasizes Catholic values, promotes service to other and prepares them professionally and spiritually.  The Guild recognizes donors who contribute $1,000 or more to Carroll College's annual fund.

Benefactors making annual gifts will have their generosity acknowledged within the following levels in the Carroll College Annual Report.

  • Guild Member ($1,000-$1,499)
  • Guild Mentor ($1,500-$2,499)
  • Guild Associate ($2,500-$4,999)
  • Guild Fellow ($5,000-$9,999)
  • Guild Advisor ($10,000+)

Guild members will also be recognized with a personalized thank you note from a Carroll student who recieved the St. Charles Borromeo Guild grant as well as a thank you gift from the Annual Giving Office to show our gratitude.

If you would like to contribute to the St. Charles Borromeo Guild or have questions, please contact:

Kellie Dold
Director of Annual Giving
Phone: (406) 447-4321

You can also make your contribution online through the IMPACT giving site at the $1,000 level or above.

Make a secure St. Charles Borromeo Guild contribution online today. Or send your contribution to:

Development Office
Carroll College
1601 N. Benton Ave
Helena, MT 59625-0002

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About St. Charles Borromeo

Bishop John Patrick Carroll named his college for the influential Archbishop of Milan, St. Charles Borromeo. It was at the Council of Trent in the 16th century that Borromeo first advocated the idea of establishing Catholic colleges that were to be sponsored by their respective dioceses. Because the new college in Helena was a diocesan college located on a lofty, beautiful hilltop, it seemed to Bishop Carroll only fitting to name the school Mount St. Charles College. That college, Bishop Carroll declared, would arm students with knowledge and virtue, in a religious atmosphere preparing them for any vocation while forever following conscience as their king. To honor Bishop Carroll, college leaders changed the school’s name to Carroll College in 1932.