CCHS Annual Giving Campaign 2012 - 2013
Building Our Future Together!
Parent Participation Shapes the Success of CCHS
Annual Giving is a campaign that is financially essential to the success of CCHS. We've set a very big, yet achievable goal for our parents of 100% participation. This goal is realizable when each family pledges to Annual Giving at a level that is befitting their family. Parent participation is a vital part of the success of Annual Giving. However, it takes all of us: parents, past parents, students, alumni, staff and friends of CCHS to fund the future of Central Catholic.
How are your Annual Giving donations spent?
Did you know that the full cost of educating just one student at Central Catholic is approximately $2,000 more than is charged for tuition? Your contribution to Annual Giving will keep tuition more affordable and will help fill that $2,000 gap and so much more! Your Annual Giving gift also helps provide:
Our Goals for 2012-2013
Annual Giving goals for the 2012-2013 fiscal year are $185,000 and 100% participation! Participation by you, our CCHS family, is critical to maintaining Central Catholic's reputation as a locally, state-wide and nationally recognized academic and co-curricular program. First, we need your participation to reach our 100% goal! This is important because when everyone in our CCHS family contributes to Annual Giving it makes our goal of $185,000 more than achievable. It makes it happen! When you support the success of CCHS by pledging and fulfilling your pledge, we become more successful in acquiring outside donations because "WE" as a whole have helped ourselves first!
CCHS students participated in the 2012/13 Annual Giving Campaign, each class competing against each other. President Jim Pecchenino challenged them with a poolside pizza party for the class with the highest percentage of donors. And the winners were the FRESHMEN! The party was held in April and a good time was had by all!
Several members of the Class of 2016 encourage participation in the Annual Giving my posing here next to the giant thermometer that keeps track of the progress of the campaign.