The Central Catholic Fund

The Central Catholic Fund is the school’s program for annual giving. It is the means by which alumni, parents, parents of alumni, grandparents, faculty, staff and friends provide financial support to the school.

The Central Catholic Fund is essential to advancing the school’s mission and impacts the lives of students, faculty and staff in and out of the classroom, contributing to scholarships, school activities and programs, and professional development.

By making your gift or commitment today, no matter the size, you are making a difference at Central Catholic High School. WE are blessed with family and friends of CCHS who give so generously and consistently to the CC Fund. Every gift matters!

This year WE will have a Family Day of Giving on Thursday, September 13. Watch our social media for the oppotunity to join the CCHS Family in giving to make a difference in our students' lives. WE will be LIVE from Family Day as we ask our family and friends to help us raise $66,000 for The Central Catholic Fund over the course of 1966 minutes (32 hours).

Make Your Commitment Today!

Click the Give Now button to make your gift or commitment online now. You can also mail your check into CCHS Foundation 200 S. Carpenter Rd., Modesto, CA 95351 with CC Fund in the memo or contact Mitzi Lucas at (209) 524-6818 or WE are so thankful for your support!

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Join us Thursday, September 13 for our Family Day of Giving! Watch our social media for the opportunity to join the CCHS Family in giving to make a difference in our student’s lives.

"In 1964, we learned that a Catholic high school was coming to Modesto. While our children were not yet old enough to attend Central Catholic High School, we knew that one day they would. We started attending information nights led by Father Richard Morse where we learned that the Central Catholic mission is to witness to the Gospel while building an educational community that inspires academic growth. We immediately started supporting CCHS through their Annual Giving program even though our children would not attend the school for over a decade." –Barbara Relva