St. Francis Catholic High School is proud to offer our community a robust line-up of fundraisers and “friend-raisers”. We invite current parents, past-parents and alumnae to support our events by attending or volunteering. Every year St. Francis hosts our Crab Feed, Revelry Gala & Auction, and our Day of Giving. We encourage you to explore our event pages to learn more, and find the events that excite you the most!
Support SFHS through our Annual Crab Feed! Enjoy a scrumptious meal of antipasto platter, salad and bread, Mike “The Barber” Jacino’s hearty Italian meat sauce spooned over rigatoni, and CRAB, CRAB and more CRAB! To satisfy your sweet tooth, peruse the amazing DESSERT AUCTION! And don’t forget, the Booster Club bar (no-host).
“Clean Slate”, the awesome dance band will be back with us rockin’ the gym!
Peruse and win during our raffle, silent and live auctions, and scrumptious dessert auction!
Gather friends and family – put your table together and make your reservation. This event sells out!
Please join us for our annual day of giving, and make your gift to the scholarship needs at St. Francis Catholic High School. Without your generosity, nearly 30% of our Troubies would not be able to attend St. Francis. Please support our mission and give opportunities to those who seek the St. Francis experience.
Opportunities realized…every gift makes a difference!
Now in its eleventh year, Revelry has become our largest fundraiser of the year. The event’s success has grown substantially over the past five years and we hope to make Revelry 2017 the most successful yet!
The funds raised at Revelry are an essential part of the annual budget and allow for important school operations such as scholarships, facility improvements, technology enhancements, spiritual enrichment, academic excellence, performing arts and athletic and opportunities.
Revelry’s success can only be achieved with an expected 100% parent support through donations, attendance and/or volunteering. Alumnae, parents of alumnae and other community members are also encouraged to participate by sponsoring, providing auction items and attending the event.
Please contact Katie Brunetti in the Advancement Department, email@example.com, for further information or questions.
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