At St. Francis Borgia High School, we believe the FUN and the FUND of Fundraising are equally important to the success of our school. Under the guidance of our Advancement Department, we encourage and provide opportunities for families to participate in and promote fundraising activities to provide a sound, Catholic-faith-based, exceptional education. Fundraising here at Borgia helps to offset annual tuition for all students, past, present, and future. In fact, Borgia is able to offer a spiritually, morally, academically, and technologically superior education at the lowest tuition rate of any school in the Archdiocese!
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Director of Special Events
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St. Francis Borgia High School gives away monetary prizes every year through our popular Mega Raffle. This past year, our raffle exceeded our goal of $85,000, raising $88,125 for our operating budget! These proceeds help us to keep our tuition affordable for all students.
All school-related fundraising proposals must be submitted to the Activities Director and approved by the President. The Activities Director and the President reserve the right to accept or deny any fundraising proposals.
All fundraisers occurring on an annual basis that have been previously approved by the Activities Director or President must be resubmitted for approval annually. All fundraising organizations bear the responsibility of notifying the Activities Director of the dates and details of their events to ensure the events are placed on the school calendar.
All fundraisers held by any school organization or class must have approval from the Activities Director and President. No correspondence may be sent to school families concerning fundraisers that have not received approval. The President must give permission to distribute any correspondence for approved fundraisers.
The following criteria will be considered before approval is granted:
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School fundraisers receive top priority.
It is imperative that we have all-school fundraisers to keep tuition at an affordable rate. Students should not participate in their sport, club, or organization fundraising unless they have completed their school fundraising efforts first. The school reserves the right to collect fundraising funds for an individual student before it can benefit a club or organization’s fundraising efforts if the student’s school fundraising commitment has not been met.
Fundraisers should not overlap in timing or method.