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Annual Giving

Annual Giving 
Tuition Assistance Fund:
St. Croix Catholic School was recently offered a $10,000 Challenge Grant from the Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation. We are reaching out to benefactors who were not able to attend our Light Their Way gala in January 2020 to ask for your help in securing this timely funding. The Schulze Family Foundation’s offer is a challenge grant, meaning that SCCS must raise $10,000 to receive the Foundation’s $10,000 grant. The net gain of $20,000 will help more families gain access to quality, faith-based education- this fall! Learn more.  
 
STEM/Technology Fund: Gifts made to this fund directly support STEM programs, K-8, plus the purchase of teacher workstations, student devices, teacher and student software, student subscriptions, and professional development. Gifts can be in general support of this fund or directed to a particular need. Contact Camille Kiolbasa for more information, ckiolbasa@stccs.com. Many graduates comment on how well they're prepared to handle the rigor of high school STEM through the opportunities made possible at SCCS through this STEM/Technology Fund. 

Principal's Discretionary Fund: Gifts made to this fund are made available to the principal to meet varying needs that arise through the school year and fall outside of the annual operating budget. Recent gifts have made possible investments in building safety, student wellness, religious instruction, and professional development. 


Gifts can be made through our secure online giving link, or mail gifts to: St. Croix Catholic School, 621 South Third Street, Stillwater, MN 55082. Be sure to check with your employer to see if your gift can be matched! 

"Our graduates are finding that virtually all high school instruction is delivered using the suite of Google products, so it's imperative that we equip our students with the experience and confidence to navigate this world. What's different at SCCS is that we provide access to technology alongside intentional virtuous growth."
 
Lisa Olsen, Technology Coordinator