Baggot Street Fund
A new name for the heart of our school’s
alma mater remains committed to providing an excellent education for the 21st
century, still guided by the tradition of the Sisters of Mercy. In an effort to
highlight our history and maintain our legacy, we renamed our annual fund
solicitation. The Baggot Street Fund was founded
by more than 100 donors on March 24, 2015.
why, “Baggot Street?”
At the corner of Rush and Lower Baggot
Street in Dublin, Ireland stands the Mercy International Centre. Mother Catherine McAuley founded her
first House of Mercy on this site in 1831. The Baggot Street House represented
sanctuary, hope and support. Since 1922, Immaculate Conception Cathedral School
has been a symbol of opportunity and a place where students come to find their
gifts and strengths.
The Baggot Street Fund is now a part of a long-standing tradition that invites alumni,
parents, friends, faculty members and staff to actively invest in the future of our school. Consisting of unrestricted gifts,the
Baggot Street Fund has immediate and direct
impact on our students and faculty. Each and every gift contributes to the
quality of campus life by expanding spiritual and intellectual opportunities
and making it possible for students and teachers to achieve their full
consider building a legacy for tomorrow through the Baggot
To make your gift to the Baggot Street Fund, please click here.