Time - Talents - Treasure
St. Anthony Catholic School has been making a difference in the lives of our students and our community for nearly 110 years. However, this would not be possible without the support of the families and businesses who believe in the mission of St. Anthony Catholic School. This includes generous monetary donations that help us maintain and grow our campus facilities, curriculum, enrichment and technology programs, as well as the many volunteers that help us throughout the year. We welcome both ways to give to St. Anthony, whether you want to give donations, volunteer or both.
Giving Through Fundraising Events
Throughout the year, we have fundraising events to add to our Annual Fund. These are excellent opportunities for our supporters to enjoy fun activities while supporting St. Anthony. These events also need volunteers to help organize, setup, market and facilitate. Some of our biggest fundraisers are “The Big Give” in May, the Annual Fun Run in the fall and the Spring Gala and Golf Tournament. We also have smaller events throughout the year which support various campus initiatives such as the annual 8th grade trip to Washington, D.C.
You do not need to wait for our next event to support St. Anthony Catholic School. We accept donations from our supporters online at any time through our secure donation page. You can also donate directly to the school by contacting Kristen Carmona, Development Director, at (210) 732-8801 ext. 302.
Donating Supplies or Services
Running a quality private school requires many supplies and services. Over the years, generous local businesses have offered their support through IN-KIND donations for items that we need. If you or your business would like to offer donations of supplies or services, contact Kristen Carmona, Development Director, at (210) 732-8801 ext. 302.
Protecting Our Donors
St. Anthony Catholic School conducts fundraising activities guided by best practices and the guidelines established by reputable professional fundraising organizations. We respect each donor equally.