About March Madness

Which Crespi class has the most #CeltPride? Celts are challenged to give back to Crespi to see which class can achieve the highest number of donors.


What is March Madness?

March Madness Class Challenge is a philanthropic-spirited competition, where each class competes with one another to raise money for the Crespi Man Fund (CMF). Donating to the Class Challenge will allow Crespi to develop the next generation of Celts.

How it works...

From today - March 31, each class will compete in a tournament-style competition to claim the title of Crespi's inaugural March Madness Class Challenge Champion for 2019. This will be determined by class giving participation (% of donors) to the Crespi Man Fund (CMF).

Any and all support counts and if you have already given to the Crespi Man Fund (since June 1, 2018) it is already counted in your class total. On Tuesday, March 26, the top leaders from each decade will advance to battle for the title in a bracket style tournament.

Why Give?

- Strengthen academic programs to keep Crespi competitive

- Financial aid for the most qualified and capable students

- Attract and retain qualified and dedicated faculty and staff

Your gift - - of any amount - - will count in the Class Challenge and will make a difference for Crespi Celts, in and out of the classroom.

Date

Starts at:  February 22, 2019 5:00 AM
Ends at:  April 1, 2019 2:00 PM

Location

Crespi Carmelite High School
5031 Alonzo Avenue
Los Angeles,CA 91316 USA

Contact

Justin Ibarra - Alumni Engagement Officer
818-654-1304
jibarra@crespi.org