Giving To Immaculate
As we begin the new school year, we are filled with Immaculate spirit. This spirit is evident in our academic successes when students are awarded National Merit Scholarships, when our teams take the field to win state championships, and on the stage where our students sing and dance their way to honors and awards. Our spirit is most evident in our Chapel as we celebrate Mass each day, pray the rosary or take a few special moments for Eucharistic adoration.
In our recent TRADITIONS magazine, we have highlighted many of the successes the Immaculate family has enjoyed in the past year. As you can see, our students not only work hard, they play hard, too. As a longtime supporter of Immaculate, you have played a significant role in helping provide the means that support these endeavors. Your generous spirit of giving inspires our students to take advantage of opportunities made possible by you. We are proud of their accomplishments and deeply appreciative of your help in developing faith-filled leaders.
This year, I am asking you to help us continue to keep the spirit thriving here at Immaculate, with a donation to the Immaculate Fund. Your donation has an enormous impact on our ability to continue to keep tuition at an affordable price and provide aid for qualified students, while offering an outstanding 21st century academic curriculum, a vibrant performing and fine arts program, a competitive athletics program, and a service learning program that helps form and transform our students into future leaders and responsible citizens of our global world.
What matters is not the size of your gift, but the spirit that inspires you to give to Immaculate! Be a part of this year’s Immaculate Fund. Invest in Immaculate - a school where students matter and are known by name - where students are encouraged and challenged to use their gifts and talents and become better people.
At Immaculate we are changing the world one student at a time, by supporting Immaculate you are changing the world one donation at a time.
Kathleen D. Casey