Annual Fund

Annual FundThe Annual Fund contributes directly to the operating budget of the school, covering the gap between tuition and the true cost of a St. Francis Borgia Catholic School education. As members of the SFB community, we appeal to you for your generous contribution. Your donations to our Annual Fund allow for us to continue daily operations and fulfill our mission of providing an exceptional education grounded in the Catholic faith.

Without this money in our operating budget we would not be able to provide all offerings that we do, including the advanced classes and resource programs that are afforded to our students.

The Annual Fund bridges the gap between the tuition cost and the cost to educate your child. Your donation to the Annual Fund is tax deductible.

Our goal is to have 100% participation from our school families. If we all do a little, it adds up to a lot. Every donation makes a difference.

 

What types of donations are accepted?
Gifts of any amount to the Annual Fund can be made through a one-time gift or through a pledge payment on a monthly, quarterly or annual basis. All forms of payment are accepted, including gifts of stock or securities or IRA Charitable Rollovers. Please contact Development Director, Erika LaPean, to set up a pledge, monthly payments or a stock/securities gift: lapeane@sfbschool.org or (262) 377-2050.

Making a gift online is fast, easy and secure. Click on the DONATE button below to be redirected to a secure giving page.

 

 

Be a part of our Donor Honor Roll!

Legacy Society:  $10,000+
Benefactor:  $5,000-$9,999
Leadership:  $2,500 -$4,999
Allegiance Guild:  $1,000-$2,499
Champion:  $500- $999
Blue & White Club: $250 – $499
Spirit Club:  $100 – $249
Knight’s Association:  $25 – $99
Friends of SFB:  Up to $24

 

2019-20 Annual Fund Breakfast Bash Competition

Congratulations to our 3rd grade class with Mrs. Stuhlreyer! You’ll receive a fun breakfast at school in January. Our goal is 100% family participation and every donation counts. If we all do a little, it adds up to a lot.

For more details, click here.