Annual Fund


Brochure

The annual fund brochure that has been distributed to the catholic community in Titusville, FL can be viewed by clicking HERE

Investing in Our Future
High school graduates who were former St. Teresa School students continually distinguish themselves by earning the highest honors from their respective high schools. This alone is a testament to the collective achievement of an education at St. Teresa Catholic School.

Tuition at St. Teresa Catholic School provides the foundation for educational excellence; however, the cost of maintaining these high standards has increased significantly. The tuition paid by our faithful families meets about 55% of the total cost of educating our students.

St. Teresa’s Give, Grow, Go Annual Fund will serve to meet the rising cost of educating our students. We humbly request your support so that we may continue to provide the highest quality education as well as ensure the vitality of the school. Give, Grow, Go Annual Fund will provide a source of funding to enable significant school improvements and education resources. Please consider a gift to any of the following categories of need.

TUITION ASSISTANCE
Your gift for Tuition Assistance will provide partial or full scholarships for families who cannot meet the tuition cost of sending their children to St. Teresa Catholic School.

CAMPUS UPGRADES
Your gift for Campus Upgrades will directly subsidize upgrades to our school facilities. Many improvements are needed, including stucco repair, soffit repair, pressure cleaning and exterior painting of all school buildings.

TECHNOLOGY ENHANCEMENTS
Your gift for Technology Enhancements will enable the school to continue to meet the demands of maintaining and enhancing the technology infrastructure in order to prepare students for our digital society. Our technology needs include updating the infrastructure, software, hardware, and procuring new printers.

PLAYGROUND SAFETY EXPANSION
Your gift for the Playground Safety Expansion will help with needed new playground equipment and improvements that adheres to safety requirements, including more age appropriate and recreational options for the children.

All Annual Fund proceeds will be directed to these key areas of need. Our Annual Fund goals are to raise $100,000 from October 1 – January 31; and receive 100% participation from the St. Teresa community, including parishioners, current Parents, alumni, faculty, and staff.

Every Gift is a Blessing

You have the unique opportunity to be the agent of change that you wish to see at St. Teresa Catholic School. Your investment will directly benefit the quality and availability of our children’s education while ensuring the school’s campus is secure and well maintained.

Methods of Giving Your gift to our Give, Grow, Go Annual Fund may be given in many forms:

Prayers
Please pray for the children of St. Teresa Catholic School who are entrusted to our care
as well as our wonderful teachers and staff.

Monetary
Your gift of cash, in the form of a check or credit card, may be given in one lump sum or
pledged over a period of time.

Business Gifts
Many businesses seek to help the community by supporting private schools. Many corporations offer matching gift programs. Ask your employer for details.

Stocks, Bonds, Mutual Funds
Securities are a wonderful way to give and are tax deductible. Please check with your broker about how to make this type of gift.

Wills or Bequests
Naming St. Teresa Catholic School in a will is an especially thoughtful way to make a significant difference in helping meet the needs of our school.

Levels of Recognition
Friend of St. Teresa Catholic School ………. $1 – $99
Benefactor …………………………………………$100 – $249
St. Teresa Knight ………………………………… $250 – $499
Coat of Arms ……………………………………… $500 – $1,499
Blue and Gold …………………………………….$1,500 – $2,499
Principal’s Circle ………………………………… $2,500 – $9,999
Leadership Circle …………………………………$10,000 & above

“We sincerely appreciate your support of our Give, Grow, Go Annual Fund which will have a tremendous impact on our school. No gift is ever insignificant.”

Jacqueline Zackel, Principal