Giving levels allow donors to contribute at the level that is meaningful and appropriate for their family. All donors to the Annual Fund each fiscal year (July 1 – June 30) will be recognized in the Annual Report, unless they wish to remain anonymous.
Contributors at the Celtic Circle level and greater ($1,000+) will be invited to the Annual Fund’s Leadership Reception and enjoy recognition at several School event throughout the year.
Shamrock Society members ($5000+) will be invited annually to a reception with school leadership to review the performance of the Annual Fund Campaign and the way donations will be used.
As you consider your annual philanthropic commitment consider the following:
This past year the School Advisory Board and Home & School Association have worked together to streamline fundraising. The Golf Tournament held each fall will no longer be a separate fundraising effort and instead will be an opportunity to recognize those that commit to the Annual Fund before the golf tournament on September 27, 2021. Tickets to the golf event will be sold separately. Be an early leader and demonstrate your appreciation for the St. Patrick’s education.
The Annual Fund has been established as the primary fundraising effort to focus the generosity of our community to the most efficient vehicle for support of our students and dedicated faculty and staff. As there is no fundraising cost for this annual campaign, 100% of each tax-deductible contribution is used for school needs. All St. Patrick’s School families, friends and alumni, staff and parishioners are asked to participate in the Annual Fund in a way that is meaningful to them.
Did you know income from tuition only covers a portion of the cost of educating our students? The Annual Fund bridges the gap between where tuition ends and where the outstanding programs that unlock each student’s potential begin.
Gifts of all sizes are appreciated and make a difference. When you support the Annual Fund, you give a vote of confidence to the St. Patrick’s leadership by ensuring they will have the resources they need to fully allow our faculty and students to thrive.