The Siena Catholic Schools Advancement Team is ready to work with you to fashion the most beneficial means for making your gift in support of the System. Gifts to Siena Catholic Schools are income tax deductible to the full extent allowable by law.
There are many ways to make your gift to Siena Catholic Schools:
- If you would like to extend your support of Siena Catholic Schools to make a lasting impact, there are several gift arrangements available. You may choose to include Siena or one of our schools in your estate planning or list Siena as a beneficiary of a life insurance or investment plan
- If you would like to make an immediate contribution, please make checks payable to Siena Catholic Schools of Racine. If checks are not accompanied by a letter, we ask that you indicate in the check’s memo line your intention for the gift
- Many employers offer matching gift plans enabling you to multiply the impact of your gift
For more information on giving to Siena Catholic Schools or any of the schools within the system, please contact Tim Weiss, Director of Development at Siena Catholic Schools, Vice President of Advancement at St. Catherine’s High School.
Siena Catholic Schools of Racine received a grant to fund start-up operations in January 2018 from The Catholic Community Foundation. We are most grateful.
Siena Catholic Schools of Racine received a grant to fund start-up operations in September 2017 from the Faith in Our Future Trust. We are most grateful.
System leadership in collaboration will develop details on specific policies, practices and events for fundraising with Principals and Parish leadership in 2017/18. However, we are appreciative of and want to encourage the generosity displayed so often by parishioners in the past. We know from our benchmarking work other systems coordinate major fundraising activities on a system-wide basis (e.g. Scrip, major fund-raising events, building campaigns) and encourage school-level events as a means of providing funds for special school activities (e.g. graduation and field trips, patron saint celebrations, athletic teams, etc.). At this time, parishes should continue all planned fund raising through the end of 2017/18.
Siena is grateful to receive support from many surrounding parishes.