Make a Gift
Your contributions benefit our students directly, so thank you for your generosity. You may designate your gift in memory of a loved one or a current family here at St. Augustine Catholic School.When you give to our school, you will join a growing list of steadfast supporters whom we count among our biggest blessings!
St. Augustine Catholic School holds several major fundraising events per year, including the Race for Education, Halloween Bingo and Dinner With Santa. Please consider making a contribution – monetary or in-kind – to one of our events. We also invite businesses to partner with us and become corporate event sponsors.
Box Tops for Education
The Boxtops for Education is an easy way to raise money for our school! Simply collect the Box Tops for Education labels from your food packages at home (General Mills, Betty Crocker, Pillsbury, Ziploc, Kleenex) and send them in to school. Place them in a Ziploc / envelope labeled with your child's grade. Ask neighbors and relatives to help you! Thank you for your support! Class contests are held throughout the school year. Click here for more information!
Other Ways of Giving
- Corporate Matching Gifts-Ask your employer if they are a matching gift partner
- Honor/Memorial Gift in a loved one's name
- Appreciated Stocks, Bonds and Shares in Mutual Funds
- Real Estate
- Property that has lost value
- Personal property
- Wills & Estates
For more information, please call 410.796-3040 or e-mail Mrs. Susie Lynch, Advancement Director at email@example.com
Thank you for making a difference at St. Augustine Catholic School!
"They (lay Catholics) live in the midst of the world's activities and professions, and in the ordinary circumstances of family and social life; and there they are called by God to exercise their proper function so that being led by the Spirit of the Gospel, they can work for the sanctification of the world as leaven from within. In this way they can make Christ know to others, especially by the testimony of a life marked by faith, hope, and charity."
~United States Conference of Catholic Bishops