The St. Edward-Epiphany Catholic School 3rd Annual 100 for 100 Campaign kicked off on October 26, 2017 and will end 100 days later on February 2, 2018. The 100 for 100 Campaign is our singular fundraising campaign for the Annual Fund for Excellence. Annual Fund giving is the financial lifeblood of our school. It assists in closing the gap between tuition paid per student and the cost to educate each child and sustains programs and activities not covered by tuition. Every year we solicit pledges from families, friends, and alumni. All gifts are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law and may be made by check, credit, or stock transfer.
Our primary goal for this campaign is to have ALL of our families participate. No amount is too small, and every gift will make a difference. For those of you that have already given to the 2017-2018 Annual Fund, thank you for your generous gift. For those of you who are still considering a contribution, we would be grateful for your support in helping SEES achieve 100% participation.
Thank you for giving so generously to our school, for volunteering your time and energy, for sharing the good news of SEES within the community, and for entrusting your children with us each day. If you have any questions about our 100 for 100 Campaign, the Annual Fund for Excellence or giving in general, please do not hesitate to contact anyone on our School Board, Abby McDonald, SEES Director of Development or Emily Elliott, SEES Principal.
SEES School Board
Emily Elliott, Principal
Justin Andrew, Assistant Principal
Kathleen McCauley Fishback, Chair
Elizabeth Whitaker, HSA President
John Toler, Finance Chairman
Chris Edsall, Facilities
Abby McDonald, Director of Development
Corinne Rusher, Secretary
Vicki Long, Faculty Representative
Rev. Fr. Mark Kowalski, School Chaplain