Silver & Blue annual fund
Your gift to the Silver & Blue Annual Fund helps continue our tradition of excellence in learning and faith by rewarding and retaining exceptional teachers, supporting arts and athletics programs, funding campus improvements, and providing extraordinary experiences from which every Crusader student benefits. This year's funding priorities include:
Senior retreat, student-led clubs, stipends for co-curricular programs, and the year-end carnival.
Seed money for a feasibility study for large-scale athletic field upgrades, including restrooms, bleachers, and a press box.
Support for our athletics programs and tuition supplements for coaches with children in Catholic schools.
The spring production, "Shrek the Musical" and an additional theatrical curtain for our new stage.
A Reredos to create an altar for our gymnasium for all school Masses and services.
7% of funds raised through the Annual Fund will go towards an endowment.
Thank you in advance for supporting our mission: to believe sincerely, think critically, and serve others in the name of Christ the King.
$25 gift - covers the cost of Student activities for one student!
$100 gift - funds athletic supplement for one athlete!
$400 gift - funds the entire vision for one student!
$1,000 gift - funds the cost of our teaching programs for one teacher!
Who can give?
Anyone - current parents, alumni, alumni families, grandparents, friends and relatives, faculty and staff, companies, and members of our extended community.
Everyone! Current students, future students, faculty and staff, even our alumni will benefit from the extraordinary opportunities provided by Silver & Blue.
How can I give?
Click the button above or mail your donation to
You can make a one-time gift or select a recurring payment option. Gifts can be made by cash, check, or credit card.
Double or triple your gift by utilizing your employer's matching gift programs.
Please contact Nicole Seeling at email@example.com for information regarding Corporate gifts and sponsorship opportunities.