Archbishop Curley High School, building on its momentum, and responding to its new Strategic Plan, has embarked on a campaign for its 21st century students, Renewing Our Future.
Curley promotes an active learning environment to prepare young men for the rigors of the college or university of their choosing. Our commitment requires that we provide a learning space and opportunities consistent with our vision for 21st century education. Renewing our Future has established three fundraising goals to meet this demand: Air Conditioning and Facility Enhancements, Financial Aid for Qualifying Families, and Continued Growth of the Annual Fund. The information below provides the details for each of these critical areas as we as updates on our progress.
All members of the Curley Family will receive a direct appeal for support of Renewing our Future. We ask that you prayerfully consider a sacrificial gift to this effort. For additional information, answers to your questions, or to make a gift or pledge at this time, please contact Barry Stitz ’87, Vice President for Advancement, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-485-5000 ext. 210.
To make a gift to the Renewing Our Future Capital Campaign, click HERE.
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Our strategic goals, which will be funded by the generous supporters of Renewing our Future, are outlined in this case statement. Here you will find the details of the three fundraising minimum targets: $4 million for capital improvements; $1.5 million for financial aid; and $1.5 in annual fund commitments. The case statement also includes information regarding giving options and ways to support this effort.
We are grateful to those who have answered the call thus far and have helped us raise more than $5 million as part of Renewing Our Future. This honor roll lists those who have made sacrificial gifts to the campaign. We thank them for their charitable support, and we hope that their generosity will inspire others. Together our giving will have tremendous benefit for the future of Archbishop Curley High School.