St Frances Cabrini School Annual Auction

Mark your calendars for March 6, 2021 to join us at SFC School’s annual dinner and auction!
Funds raised at the annual auction is our biggest fundraising event of the year, offset tuition and operating costs.  We are so grateful for you, our friends and supporters of St. Frances Cabrini School.   

Thanks to you, we raised over $140,000 towards our $150,000 goal.  These funds will be used to continue to upgrade our current technology resources and hardware.  It’s your generous donations over the past few years that are allowing us to continue classroom learning remotely during the COVID-19 shutdown!  In addition, we will be upgrading our outdoor playground equipment which plays such a vital part in our student’s physical and mental health!  Wasn’t recess everybody’s favorite class?  We are so close to reaching our Fund-an-Item goal!  Please consider a gift of an online donation or mail us a check payable to SFC School. 

Each SFC School family has a contractual obligation to donate a minimum of $250 towards the auction in the form of donated items or cash.  Not sure what to donate? 

Interested in being an auction sponsor?  See sponsorship information or contact the auction committee at sfc@cabrinischool.org.

Thank you for supporting Catholic Education! 
Our prayers are with you and your families.

"My daughter has only been in school here for two weeks. In this short time, however, she has already displayed some signs of Christian growth.  The questions she asks about life and death are probing and complex.  As parents these questions enhance our Christian growth, as well."
"By attending St. Frances Cabrini School, my child will gain the continuation of respect, tolerance, self discipline and the caring for others."
"The school's greatest strengths are many, but discipline and keeping parents informed of student progress seem to stand out."
"The school gives great attention to the needs of its students, plus it is relatively small. The school has high standards of achievement."